St. Vincent Evansville Birth Announcements for June

first_img Jenna and Justin Deer, Poseyville, IN, daughter, Hallie Marie, June 14Katie Sisk, Evansville, daughter, Madalynn Anne-Marie, June 14Heaven Hilderbrandt and Hunter Hamilton, Evansville, son, Wyatt Wayne, June 15Shanna and Jonathan Kelly, Evansville, daughter, Cassandra Jean, June 15Christy Majors and Richard Lively, Evansville, daughter, Rosaline Quinn, June 16Kim and Josh Jackson, Evansville, son, Evan Thomas, June 17Veronica and Nicholas Trabant, Bicknell, IN, son, Logan Joseph, June 17PJ Mackey and Robert McKim, St Croix, IN, son, Rowen Eugene, June 17Taryn Young and Jordan Hunter, Princeton, IN, daughter, Aaliyah Denise, June 18Sara and Nathan Wood, Evansville, son, Camdyn Kye, June 19Emily and Jacob Voyles, Carmi, IL, son, Landon Ren, June 19Taylor Tutt and Kevin Zirkelbach, Evansville, son, Walker David, June 19Ashley and Travis Thompson, Grayville, IL, son, Miles Wayne, June 20Charlotte Weiss and Eugene Agent, Wadesville, IN, son, Sebastian Edgar, June 20FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Club Licensing Seminar held in Sarajevo

first_imgThe second part of the club licensing seminar, organized by the Football Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina, was held on Tuesday at the “House of Football” in Sarajevo.Seven days ago, the first part was held on which the topic was the financial criterion, while today it was discussed the administrative, legal, sports and infrastructure criteria in the club licensing process for the 2020/21 season.Representatives of the clubs were presented by the experts from the mentioned fields what was expected of them in the preparation of documentation for the licensing process for the next season, in accordance with the FF BH Regulations on the Clubs Licensing for Participation in UEFA Club Competitions and the Regulations for Participation in the BH Premier League.Emphasis was placed on those segments with which the Premier League clubs had the most difficulties in meeting the criteria in previous seasons.The seminar was attended by representatives of all BH Premier League clubs.last_img read more

Missing mother found dead; children still missing

first_imgThe Marion County Sheriff’s Office says that a mother who was reported missing this weekend has been found dead and her four children are still missing.32-year-old Casei Jones, 10-year-old Cameron Bowers, 5-year-old Preston Bowers, 2-year-old Mercalli Jones and 1-year-old Aiyana Jones were reported missing Saturday evening after family members reported that they had not seen or heard from the family in six weeks.Officials announced that they recovered Jones’ body near Brantley County, Georgia, however, they are unsure about the whereabouts of the four children.Not much is known about the incident at this time, however, authorities did report that they have issued a warrant for 2nd degree homicide and they are currently in the process of questioning Jones’ husband Michael Waye Hones Jr.If you have any information on Jones’ death or the whereabouts of her children, you are asked to call the Marion County Sheriff’s Office (352) 732-9111, or call 911.last_img read more

Foster defends England title in her home county

first_img Hertfordshire’s Jackie Foster will defend her English senior stroke play title in her home county next week when the championship is played at Harpenden Golf Club. Foster, an England senior international, is in good form, having reached the quarter finals of the last month’s English senior amateur. She’s also the Bishops Stortford club champion and recently retained her title as Hertfordshire’s champion of champions, sealing the win with a career best competition round of four-under par. Foster heads a strong entry of 16 Hertfordshire players who will challenge when the 54-hole event is played over three days, from Tuesday to Thursday, June 20-22. They include five players from Harpenden, which is hosting a national championship for the first time, amid much excitement from club members. “Everyone is very proud that we have been selected to host this, it’s a real privilege,” said ladies’ captain Lindsay Macintyre. “The members have really embraced it – men and women alike – and we’ve had a fantastic response from volunteers.” The club is a great supporter of women’s golf and runs an academy to help new players learn the game and gain experience. It’s been so successful that a men’s academy is now being started. “We’re hoping that our academy ladies will come and watch the championship and that it will spur them on,” said Lindsay. The host club’s representatives are county players Cathy Gosling and Rhona Finch, together with Naoko Wada, Debbie Nichols and Jill Banks. They’ll be joined by leading players from across the country – and there’s much at stake. The championship offers order of merit points which will help to shape the England side for the European senior women’s team championship in September. The parkland course, where there has been much investment in encouraging birds and wildlife, will provide the players with a fair but challenging examination, according to Lindsay Macintyre. “It’s a beautiful course with an element of risk and reward. It offers some real opportunities if you have the courage to go for them,” she said. All competitors will play the first two rounds of the championship before the field is cut to the top 45 players and ties for the final round on the Thursday. Click here for more information and tee times Caption: Jackie Foster, the defending English senior women’s stroke play champion (image copyright Leaderboard Photography). 14 Jun 2017 Foster defends England title in her home county last_img read more

2010 Fifa World Cup: Durban Stadium 2

first_imgLocation: Durban, KwaZulu-Natal provinceCapacity: 70 000 seatsMatches: Germany vs Austria (13 June), Spain vs Switzerland (16 June), Netherlands vs Japan (19 June), Nigeria vs South Korea (22 June), Portugal vs Brazil, Round of 16 (28 June), Semi-final (7 July)Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.  Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Photo: Irwin Manoim, • Download high-resolution image Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Bungee jumping off the Durban Stadium arch.Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Bungee jumping off the Durban Stadium arch.Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Bungee jumping off the Durban Stadium arch.Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Bungee jumping off the Durban Stadium arch.Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Bungee jumping off the Durban Stadium arch.Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image Photo: Irwin Manoim,• Download high-resolution image {loadposition fifa}last_img read more

Father sings bhajans in temples

first_imgThe father of Feroze Khan, whose appointment at the Banaras Hindu University’s Sanskrit department has triggered a row, himself sings bhajans at temples and serves at a cow shelter.At a temple in the premises of Shree Ramdev Gaushala Chetanya Dham in Bagru, 35 km from here, Ramzan Khan on Wednesday participated in the aarti, sitting at a harmonium and singing a devotional song.He himself holds the shastri qualification in Sanskrit, composes religious songs and performs ‘gau sewa’ at the nearby cattle shed. At the same time, he visits the mosque and offers namaz.last_img read more

Atal Bihari Vajpayee dies at 93: Indian cricket team offers condolences

first_imgThe Indian cricket team and BCCI condoled the death of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who died at the age of 93 in New Delhi on Thursday.Vajpayee was admitted to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on June 11 and passed away on August 16 at 5.05 PM, according to a statement issued by AIIMS. The former Prime Minister was being treated for kidney infection, chest congestion, urinary tract infection and low urine output.After Vajpayee’s death was announced, the BCCI tweeted to offer its condolences on behalf of the Indian cricket team which is currently in England for a five-Test series.Besides, cricket stars Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, Virender Sehwag, Cheteshwar Pujara, R Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan also tweeted to pay their respects.The Indian Cricket Team and BCCI condoles the sad demise of former India Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Atalji dedicated his life in service of the nation. BCCI (@BCCI) August 16, 2018India is at a great loss today. Shri #AtalBihariVajpayee jis contributions to our nation have been innumerable. Thoughts and prayers go out to his loved ones.Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 16, 2018Asaman ko choo gaya, jo asmaan sa vishal tha, dharti mein simat gaya, jo mitti jaisa narm tha.Kaun hai jo Atal reh paya zindagi bhar, Atal banke wo zindagi ko paa gaya.Om Shanti #AtalBihariVajpayee ji Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 16, 2018Leaders live exemplary life to make our world better & thats what #AtalBihariVajpayee ji did for India. Most of us grew up in his remarkable leadership and saw our country shaping up in a super power! Its end of an Era & a moment of extreme grief! #RIP #AtalBihariVajpayee Raina (@ImRaina) August 16, 2018One of India’s Most Loved Prime Minister, a great poet and a wonderful statesman. We as a nation will miss you sir #AtalBihariVaajpayee ji Deepest condolences to admirers and loved ones . Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) August 16, 2018,India will miss him. #AtalBihariVajpaiR P Singh (@rpsingh) August 16, 2018Not turning out to be a great week for India, as we lost another great leader RIP Shri #AtalBihariVaajpayee. Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) August 16, 2018Vajpayee served as India’s Prime Minister three times. During his tenure as PM, Vajpayee had ordered nuclear tests to make India a nuclear weapons power and travelled by bus to Pakistan in a grand diplomatic gesture.Vajpayee occupies a fond place in the hearts of India’s cricketing superstars. Back in 2004, when India toured Pakistan for a Test and ODI series, Vajpayee had told then Indian captain Sourav Ganguly to win games as well as hearts in the neighbouring country: ‘Khel bhi jeetiye, dil bhi jeetiye.’India won the Test as well as the ODI series in Pakistan and they were showered with warm affection in the country.last_img read more

15 days agoBurnley winger McNeil appreciates Dyche freedom

first_imgBurnley winger McNeil appreciates Dyche freedomby Paul Vegas15 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBurnley winger Dwight McNeil appreciates the freedom manager Sean Dyche has granted him.Dyche recently claimed McNeil, who has three goals to his name, will “outgrow” the club and revealed he is wary of “over-coaching” him.”The gaffer will let me figure it out on my own, which I think is good for my development,” McNeil said.”He and the coaches will talk to me when they need to, when I’m doing well and not so well.”They help me in and out of possession because I’m maturing as a player, tactically and physically. I’ll give everything I have got to help the team.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

After MeToo Canada sees sharp increase in sexual assault complaints

first_imgMONTREAL – The number of sexual assault complaints filed with police and classified as founded increased sharply in Canada after the #MeToo movement went viral in October 2017.The increase was most pronounced in Quebec, according to a study published Thursday by Statistics Canada.Researchers compared two periods — before #MeToo from Jan. 1, 2016 to Sept. 30, 2017, and after from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 2017.Quebec saw the largest increase in sexual assaults reported to police, rising 61 per cent after #MeToo. The rate jumped to 20 complaints per 100,000 population from 12.4.Newfoundland and Labrador saw the second highest increase, rising 36 per cent, and Manitoba was next at 27 per cent. The other provinces and territories were below the national average increase of 24 per cent.Nationally, the figures show an average of 74 sexual assaults reported to police per day after #MeToo, compared with 59 per day before.The study looks at sexual assaults reported to police that were subsequently deemed to be a founded criminal offense. It does not include all complaints, and the accusations have not necessarily led to criminal charges.“This sharp increase in police-reported sexual assaults following the #MeToo movement does not necessarily reflect a rise in the prevalence of sexual assaults in Canada, but is likely attributable to a combination of factors, including an increased willingness of victims to report to police,” the study’s authors wrote.Other factors include heightened awareness of what constitutes sexual assault, public messages from police forces urging victims to come forward, and changes in police practices when it comes to classifying sexual assaults as founded or unfounded.The rise was most marked in Quebec, where several high-profile cases of alleged misconduct led to sustained media and police attention.“For example, in October 2017, the Montreal Police Service implemented a dedicated hotline for reporting sexual assaults in the wake of #MeToo and high-profile accusations of sexual assault and harassment, both internationally and within Quebec,” the report stated.Marie-Christine Michaud, the spokeswoman for a crime victims’ assistance centre, said the movement played an important role in encouraging victims who had previously been reluctant to come forward.“The message that was sent, people felt that if they denounced or went for help, we would believe them,” she said.The report noted that 2017 recorded the highest-number of police-reported assaults since 1998, due in large part to the spike in reports in the last three months after #MeToo began.And contrary to assumptions that most complaints stemmed from long-past incidents, three out of four complainants were reporting incidents that had occurred within the previous month.The biggest rise in complaints occurred in urban areas, with Quebec City topping the list with a 78 per cent increase. Sherbrooke, Que. came second, while Brantford, Ont. recorded the third-biggest hike.Nine out of 10 victims were female.And the number of reported assaults on school campuses — while still a minority of reported cases — rose by 59 per cent.last_img read more

Chinas Long March3B rocket series complete 300 launches

first_imgBeijing: China’s Long March-3B rocket, regarded as the main stay of the country’s space programme since 1970, successfully completed its 300th launch by putting a new communication satellite into orbit on Sunday. The indigenously-built rocket had send more than 500 spacecraft into space. “This is a milestone for China’s space industry development,” Wu Yansheng, board chairman of the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) said. Also Read – Imran Khan arrives in China, to meet Prez Xi Jinping The Long March carrier rocket series, developed by CASC, is responsible for about 96.4 per cent of all the launch missions in China. It took 37 years for the Long March rockets to complete the first 100 launches, 7.5 years to complete the second 100 launches, and only about four years to accomplish the final 100, with the average number of launches per year increasing from 2.7 to 13.3 and then to 23.5, the state-run Xinhua news agency reported. Also Read – US blacklists 28 Chinese entities over abuses in Xinjiang The Long March carrier rockets helped provide launch services for countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative, including Algeria, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. “Intensive launches have become normal in China, indicating the rapid development of the space industry, the progress of science and technology and the enhancement of national strength,” said Shang Zhi, director of the Space Department of the CASC. China joined the space club on April 24, 1970, when the Long March-1 carrier rocket launched the country’s first satellite, Dongfanghong-1, into orbit. At that time, the carrying capacity of the Long March rocket was only 300 kg. On November 3, 2016, China’s current largest carrier rocket, the Long March-5, made its maiden flight, with its carrying capacity reaching 25 tonnes for low-Earth orbit and 14 tonnes for geosynchronous orbit. The success rate of the 300 launches of the Long March rockets stood at 96 per cent, according to CASC. During the third 100 launches, the Long March rockets sent a total of 225 spacecraft, weighing about 240 tonnes, into space, with a success rate of 97 per cent, reaching a high level in the world, said Shang. From October 1996 to August 2011, the Long March rockets set a world record for 15 years of successful consecutive launches. In 2018, the Long March rockets completed 37 consecutive successful launches, ranking a global first for the highest number of successful launches. A total of 17 types of Long March carrier rockets have been developed and put into use since 1970, ensuring the implementation of a series of key space projects including manned space program, lunar exploration, BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) and the Gaofen Earth observation project. In addition, the Long March carrier rockets also launched a large number of meteorological satellites, resource satellites and oceanographic satellites, as well as several innovative science satellites including DAMPE to search for dark matter, the world’s first quantum satellite, and an electromagnetic satellite to study earthquakes, playing an important role in promoting the economic, social and scientific development in China, the Xinhua report said. Currently, China is developing new generation medium launch vehicles including the Long March-6A, Long March-7A and Long March-8. A test version of the Long March-5B, which has the largest carrying capacity to low-Earth orbit, has been produced and will be used to launch the modules of China’s space station, according to CASC. China’s heavy-lift carrier rocket, the Long March-9, is expected to make its maiden flight around 2030 and will support manned lunar exploration, deep space exploration and construction of a space-based solar power plant. The diameter of the body of the Long March-9 rocket will be nearly 10 meters. And the manufacturing of the rocket will also push forward the development of new materials, technologies, devices and equipment. The new generation launch vehicles will gradually replace the old generation carrier rockets, and space transport vehicles will transition from one-time use to reusable in the future, Shang said.last_img read more