Tree City Fall Festival this weekend

first_imgGreensburg, In. — The Tree City Fall Festival will fill downtown Greensburg this weekend.Here is a schedule of events planned:Friday, September 21Noon – Vendor booths open6 p.m. – Opening ceremonies7 p.m. – Melody Mart Student Jam8 p.m.  – Dogs of SocietySaturday, September 228 a.m. – Caleb Brown Memorial 5k9 a.m. – Tree City Fall Festival Cruise In10 a.m. – Vendor Booths Open10:30 a.m. – Herb Kohler Memorial ParadeNoon – Tree City Chili Cook Off Judging1 p.m. – Lip Synch Contest2 p.m. – The Belairs Show Band4 p.m. – Matt Gatewood5 p.m. – Dustin Huff7 p.m. – Battle of the Beards8 p.m. – The Jay Clark BandGet more information about the Caleb Brown Memorial 5k here.Get more information about the Dogs of Society here.last_img read more

Hillenbrand Community Leadership Series Announces 2019/2020 Class

first_imgBatesville, IN— Each year, the Hillenbrand Community Leadership Series (HICLS) selects 20 people to engage with other community leaders in strategic discussions focusing on continuing to build Batesville into an attractive place to live and work.This year’s class, comprised of business and community leaders from across southeastern Indiana, is called “Building Regional Capacity,” and will focus on expanding thoughts and ideas on how to approach micro-regionalism in rural communities.Each of the four sessions will feature discussions around different topics in support of this year’s theme, including Why Regionalism Matters; Economic Development & Placemaking; Asset Mapping; Diversity & Inclusion. Each workshop is partnered with a strategy session during which the class will discuss issues facing the community and develop action items to help strengthen the region.Participants selected for this year’s class live or work in the Southeast Indiana area and were chosen based on their demonstrated commitment to the community, desire to better understand and improve upon this year’s theme, and interest in future community involvement.Introducing the HICLS Class IV:Danielle Becker – Safe PlaceKelly Bulmer – United Way of Franklin CountyEmil Ekiyor – GEO FoundationCarla Enzinger – Batesville Tool & DieCurtis Gillman – Gillman Home CenterGarrett Knollman – Transmark LogisticsKim Linkel – Coalition for a Drug Free BatesvilleShelly Lunsford – Franklin County Community FoundationJonathon Maple – Oldenburg AcademyMargaret Marcy – Tyson Library AssociationBryan Robbins – Economic Dev. Corp. of Greensburg & Decatur CountyPaul Satchwill – Batesville Community School CorporationJohn Vadeboncoeur – Community Church of Batesville & GreensburgPaige Borgman – HillenbrandJeff Gratz – BatesvilleKen Gole – HillenbrandNithya Kumar – HillenbrandKaren Mirick – HillenbrandValerie Talkers – HillenbrandJustin Uhlman – HillenbrandBrandon Wiedeman – HillenbrandThe 2019/2020 HICLS will meet from October through July.last_img read more

Shooting in St. Augustine

first_imgPolice are investigating a shooting that occurred on Riberia Street in St. Augustine, Tuesday morning.SHOOTING JUST OCCURED RIBERIA, OFFICERS ON SCENE INVESTIGATING.— St. Augustine Police Department (@STAUGPD) August 6, 2019 It is reported that a victim has been airlifted to a local hospital.There is no suspect in custody.The extent of injuries has not been released at this time.Police are at the scene now.We ask all to avoid the area of Riberia Street. Residents and businesses please remain inside at this time.— St. Augustine Police Department (@STAUGPD) August 6, 2019last_img read more

England close in on victory after Stokes’ burst

first_img…SA still 375 short of their target on final dayLONDON (Reuters) – England ripped apart South Africa’s top order in Sunday’s final session at the Oval to bear down on a victory that would put them 2-1 up with one to play in the four-Test series.Two wickets from successive balls in Ben Stokes’ third over removed Quinton de Kock (5) and Faf du Plessis (0) and ended faint South Africa hopes of mounting a rearguard action in pursuit of their nominal target of 492.Although Stokes failed to record what would have been the first-ever Test hat-trick at the Oval, the damage was done. Du Plessis’ wicket, lbw without playing a shot to a first-ball inswinger, was a particular blow, with South Africa needing their captain to survive at least into Monday.The tourists limped to the close on 117-4, still 375 short of their target with a day’s play remaining.The battling Dean Elgar was unbeaten on 72 despite a painful blow to his finger, and Temba Bavuma on 16, as England turned to Moeen Ali to try to secure another breakthrough.Elgar had been fortunate to survive on nine, dropped by Keaton Jennings at third slip off Jimmy Anderson, and went on to strike seven fours in his 77-ball half-century.No one else provided much resistance. Before Stokes struck, Stuart Broad removed opener Heino Kuhn for 11 and Toby Roland-Jones dismissed Hashim Amla for the second time in the match, this time having South Africa’s danger man sharply caught by Joe Root in the slips for five.England have a further 98 overs available on Monday to complete the victory and vindicate Root’s decision to delay his declaration to apply maximum pressure to South Africa.England’s new captain eventually called time when Jonny Bairstow was dismissed before tea after a breezy 63 which lifted England, who had resumed on 74-1, to 313-8After Jennings departed early for a painstaking 48, debutant Tom Westley pushed on to a maiden half-century, an innings that should ensure an extended run at England’s problem number three spot.Westley went on to make 59 before he was stumped misjudging a dash at Keshav Maharaj. Root (50) followed soon afterwards, top-edging the same bowler after recording a half-century for the ninth successive match.England gradually accelerated with Stokes (31) and Roland-Jones (23 not out) joining Bairstow in some lusty blows as England’s lead extended way beyond the test record for a successful final innings run chase of 418.If South Africa fail to survive on Monday, it will complete a one-sided sequence in each of the tests. England won by 211 runs at Lord’s before South Africa hit back with an even more emphatic 340-run victory at Trent Bridge.The final Test starts in Manchester on Friday, Aug. 4.ENGLAND 1st innings 353 (B. Stokes 112, A. Cook 88)South Africa 1st innings 175 (T. Bavuma 52; T. Roland-Jones 5-57)England 2nd innings (Overnight: 74-1)A. Cook b M. Morkel 7K. Jennings c Morris b Rabada 48T. Westley st de Kock b Maharaj 59J. Root c M. Morkel b Maharaj 50D. Malan lbw b Morris 10B. Stokes b Morris 31J. Bairstow c Rabada b Maharaj 63M. Ali ` run out (, Bavuma) 8T. Roland-Jones not out 23Extras (lb-11 w-3) 14Total (for 8 wickets declared, 79.5 overs) 313Fall of wickets: 1-30 A. Cook,2-92 K. Jennings,3-170 T. Westley,4-180 J. Root,5-202 D. Malan,6-251 B. Stokes,7-265 M. Ali,8-313 J. BairstowDid not bat: S. Broad, J. AndersonBowling: M. Morkel 19 – 6 – 44 – 1(w-1), V. Philander 15 – 3 – 54 – 0(w-2)K. Rabada 18 – 4 – 56 – 1,C. Morris 11 – 0 – 70 – 2,K. Maharaj 13.5 – 2 – 50 – 3,D. Elgar 3 – 0 – 28 – 0South Africa 2nd innings (Target: 492 runs)H. Kuhn b Broad 11D. Elgar not out 72H. Amla c Root b Roland-Jones 5Q. de Kock b Stokes 5F. du Plessis lbw b Stokes 0T. Bavuma not out 16Extras (lb-5 nb-3) 8Total (for 4 wickets, 38 overs) 117Fall of wickets: 1-21 H. Kuhn,2-47 H. Amla,3-52 Q. de Kock,4-52 F. du PlessisTo bat: V. Philander, C. Morris, K. Maharaj, K. Rabada, M. MorkelBowling: J. Anderson 8 – 0 – 20 – 0, S. Broad 10 – 3 – 27 – 1,T. Roland-Jones 7 – 1 – 20 – 1, B. Stokes 8 – 0 – 29 – 2(nb-3),M. Ali 5 – 2 – 16 – 0.last_img

Ryan vows to match Kilkenny standards

first_imgThe Premier County went down 2-17 to 0-18 against the Cats in the counties’ National League clash at Nowlan Park yesterday despite leading for much of the match.Tipp’s next Division 1A outing is against Waterford at Semple Stadium on Sunday week.Michael Ryan says that he hopes that in time losses like yesterdays against Brian Cody’s team will be far and few between.last_img

SBC to organise Sports Betting Tours at ICE London 5-6 February

first_img Xtremepush secures ‘OpenMarket’ supplier accreditation   August 26, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Kambi takes control of Churchill Downs BetAmerica sportsbook August 28, 2020 Kambi takes full control of LeoVegas sportsbook portfolio August 26, 2020 Share Submit Related Articles SBC (Sports Betting Community) will once again be organising the Sports Betting Tours at ICE London from 5-6 February as the sports betting industry gathers for the largest gaming event in the calendar.ICE London comes with a massive exhibition floor and tens of thousands of attendees, making finding and connecting with high quality or specific suppliers really challenging. The ever popular Sports Betting Tours therefore create a great opportunity for ICE delegates to easily and quickly get “the lay of the land” as well as meet and connect with key sports betting suppliers.Kicking off the tours, SBC’s Managing Director Andrew McCarron will give a short introduction on what to look for in different markets like the US, as well as a brief introduction to key sports betting events such as Betting on Football, Betting on Sports, and Betting on Sports America.SBC will guide participants around Excel London to meet 13 quality sports betting exhibitors, each available to discuss their latest innovations and products.RSVP here to confirm your placeAttendees can register for two tours, with the first taking place on Tuesday 5th February and the second on Wednesday 6th February. Both of these will start at 11am from the SBC stand (S3-206) and finish at 12:30pm.The first  tour on 5 February will take in SBTech, Golden Race, Sporting Solutions, Kambi, OPTIMA and SG Digital, while the second on 6 February will include visits to 1xBet, Digitain, Betinvest, Betgenius, BetConstruct and Betradar. Each tour will be limited to 75 guests and take approximately 90 minutes. Attendees should arrive at the SBC Stand no later than 10:50am for an 11am start. All registered guests will also receive a special gift + a unique 50% discount code for SBC’s sports betting industry events.If interested in the tours you need to CLICK HERE to RSVP. Spaces are limited to 75 guests per tour, and based on very popular demand we recommend that you sign up for the tours ASAP.last_img read more

Juventus interested in signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United

first_img Source: Skysports Juventus are interested in signing Paul Pogba back from Manchester United, according to Sky in Italy.The Italian champions have made contact with Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola over a potential summer move for the France international.Sky in Italy understand that Manchester United have been informed of Juventus’ interest.Pogba first joined Juve on a free transfer in 2012 after struggling to secure regular first-team football at Old Trafford.The midfielder enjoyed four successful seasons in Turin before rejoining United in 2016 for a then world-record fee of £89m.Pogba has experienced mixed fortunes during his second spell in Manchester, scoring 31 goals in 135 games since returning to the club.The 2018 World Cup winner still has two years remaining on his current deal at United, with the club holding an option to trigger a further 12-month extension to his contract.Real Madrid have also been linked with Pogba and the midfielder fuelled speculation he could move to the Bernabeu this summer after describing the club as “a dream for anyone” in April.Juventus, meanwhile, are still without a manager following Massimiliano Allegri’s departure at the end of the season.Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri is the favourite to replace Allegri at the Allianz Stadium, according to Sky in Italy.last_img read more

MTN FA Cup:Kotoko eye prize but aware of threat posed by Weavers

first_imgAsante Kotoko have endured a tough title defence in the premiership but they have another domestic Cup to go for, the MTN FA Cup.The Porcupine Warriors, losers in the final of the Cup competition two season’s ago are in the running again as they attempt to reach the last 16.On Wednesday, Kotoko will make a rare visit to Ho to meet Agbozome Weavers in the outstanding third-round qualifier. And it will mark the Kumasi sides first return to the grounds since their engagements with the defunct Voradep in the then Division One League [now Premier League].The FA Cup represents another opportunity for Mas-Ud Didi Dramani’s side to end the season with a trophy but Weavers remain a threat to Kotoko’s ambitions with a fourth round tie against Rainbow FC in their sights.last_img read more

Whicker: Dodgers, Yankees play up to their pedigree

first_img Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco “Gabe said he killed it,” Boone said. “Just looking back, Kenley held his hands up (to call time out) and it looked to me like Gleyber had already started down the line with a guy down on the field.“I’ve seen the replay. You can see Kenley asking for time maybe at about the time Gleyber was starting down the line, You’d like to see the play secured a little bit more before granting it.”Umpires often rule a play is dead when they see a player in distress. Muncy didn’t deny he was banged up, since his right knee seemed to buckle a bit on Gardner’s slide. He did admit that he might have added a little soccer-based drama.When the ball stays within the confines, and the game’s senses are restored, you see all kinds of things.Torres walked with one out in the fourth, after Tony Consolin had given up a deafening homer to Aaron Judge that cut it to 2-1. Torres then ran with Gardner hitting, but center-fielder A.J. Pollock caught the fly ball and Torres was marooned, ending a troublesome inning on an 8-3 double play.“Maybe they (Dodger infielders) deked him a little bit,” Boone said, “and I thought Pollock did a good job acting like that ball would fall in.”In the New York ninth, Yankees’ shortstop Didi Gregorius worked a 3-and-1 count on Jansen. The two are countrymen from Curacao. The Dodgers were in their usual shift, with a canyon awaiting Gregorius on the left side. So he laid down a bunt that drifted foul. That was one thing, but then Gregorius tried to do it on 3-and-2. When this one went foul, Gregorius was out.“I wouldn’t tell him to do that but I was fine with it,” Boone said. “It’s pretty close to being a leadoff double, and we’re having trouble getting on base.”“Listen, man, that’s how we play in Curacao,” Jansen said. “We’re pretty reckless. Thank God that went to my side today, but that’s how we are.”Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Believe it or not, some of us are even tired of hearing ourselves complain about today’s driving-range ethic. Maybe the problem is 2019 is just too many bad teams. A third of the 30 teams are either playing over .600 or under .400.It was good for the Dodgers to know they could strike out 12 times and walk twice and still win. Or to see their bullpen strike out eight in four innings with two hits. Or to react when a game must be survived, not merely won.The Dodgers and Yankees do it again Sunday. Please quit saying it’s an October preview. Saturday was more about the past than the future, a three hour, 19 minute retrospective of thought, nerve, drama, controversy and precision, complete with Dodger Dogs.Somehow it was time well spent. How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire center_img PreviousLos Angeles Dodgers second baseman Max Muncy falls while looking to throw to first after New York Yankees’ Brett Gardner ran into him, on a grounder hit by Gio Urshela during the ninth inning of a baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. The Dodgers won 2-1. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen throws during the ninth inning of the team’s baseball game against the New York Yankees in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. The Dodgers won 2-1. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsNew York Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia reacts after giving up a two-run home run to Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner during the third inning of an MLB baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Max Muncy, right, throws to first after forcing out New York Yankees Gleyber Torres during the seventh inning of a baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. Gio Urshela was safe at first. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner, right, celebrates with Matt Beaty after a baseball game against the New York Yankees in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run off Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Tony Gonsolin during the fourth inning of an MLB baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)New York Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius fields a popup fly by Los Angeles Dodgers’ Will Smith during the first inning of a baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen, right, celebrates with catcher Will Smith after the team’s baseball game against the New York Yankees in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. The Dodgers won 2-1. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner hits a two-run home run during the third inning of an MLB baseball game against the New York Yankees in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers’ Justin Turner, right, celebrates with Cody Bellinger after hitting a two-run home run during the third inning of an MLB baseball game against the New York Yankees in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)New York Yankees relief pitcher Nestor Cortes Jr. throws to the plate during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Tony Gonsolin delivers during the first inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Matt Beaty attempts to throw to first after misplaying a grounder by New York Yankees’ Brett Gardner during the ninth inning of a baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. The Dodgers won 2-1. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)New York Yankees’ Aaron Judge, right, celebrates with Gleyber Torres after hitting a solo home run during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)New York Yankees’ Masahiro Tanaka, of Japan, smiles in the dugout during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Friday, Aug. 23, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Max Muncy falls while looking to throw to first after New York Yankees’ Brett Gardner ran into him, on a grounder hit by Gio Urshela during the ninth inning of a baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. The Dodgers won 2-1. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)NextShow Caption1 of 15Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Max Muncy falls while looking to throw to first after New York Yankees’ Brett Gardner ran into him, on a grounder hit by Gio Urshela during the ninth inning of a baseball game in Los Angeles, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019. The Dodgers won 2-1. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)ExpandLOS ANGELES — The true baseball fan hated to see Saturday’s game end. The Yankees maintained that it shouldn’t have.Gleyber Torres crossed the plate in the bottom of the ninth with what looked like the tying run. Back at second base, Dodgers’ second baseman Max Muncy was rolling around after baserunner Brett Gardner had barged into him. The ruling was that Gardner was out, but a replay overturned it.But Torres, who had been on second, never quit running, not until he got into the dugout and was told to return to third.You needed a couple of circuit courts to straighten it out. Gardner appeared to impede Muncy with his hand as he slid. Yankees’ manager Aaron Boone was campaigning for both the replay and for the run to score. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Still, the Yankees were in a good spot. They had bases loaded and one out against Kenley Jansen, who has gone from automatic to out of gear lately.That became the takeaway of this teeth-grinder between the teams with baseball’s two best records. Jansen struck out Mike Tauchman, struck out Gary Sanchez, and Randy Newman sang his song and the Dodgers won, 2-1.Even though it was hot and windless, there were only two home runs, and fast arms kept coming out of both bullpens.“Kenley was great,” said Justin Turner, whose throw to second on Gio Urshela’s slow dribbler kicked off all the ruckus. “We had a conversation the other night and I told him he’s picked us up so many times and we’ll pick him up, too. And he picked me up today.”Boone wasn’t seething over the ruling by home umpire Gabe Morales, but he wasn’t convinced either. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start last_img read more

Badzarevic published Names of Dragons for Matches against Andorra and Austria

first_imgThe coach of the football national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mesa Bazdarevic, published names of players who will be available for matches against Andorra on 28th March and against Austria three days later.On the Mesa’s list for two mentioned matches are following players: Asmir BegovicIbrahim SehicRatko DujkovicMensur MujdzaEmir SpahicErmin BičakcicErvin ZukanovicAvdija VrsajevicOgnjen VranjesEdin CocalicSenad LulicEdin ViscaIzet HajrovicMuhamed BesicMiralem PjanicAnel HadzicHaris MedunjaninSanjin PrcicGojko CimirotTino SusicSejad SalihovicEdin DzekoRiad BajicVedad IbisevicMilan DjuricFor the match against Austria, Bazdarevic invited Tonji Sunjic and Semir Stilic as well.Gathering of national players is scheduled for 23rd March in the Training Camp in Zenica until 2:00 p.m.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more