Eileen Grace Lewis, 81, of Milan passed away Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at her sons home with family by her side. Grace was born Monday, May 31, 1937 in Ohio, the daughter of Melvin and Alberta (Rush) Wallace. She married Roger Lewis Sr. March 28, 1978 and he survives. She worked for the Jay C Store and as a CNA at the Milan Nursing Home. She enjoyed camping, campfires, dancing, going to dirt and flat drag races, reading, horses and feeding animals.Grace is survived by sons: Thomas (Debbie) Arthur, Albert (Debbie) Arthur, David (Lura) Arthur, Tim (Cathy) Arthur, Jeff (Jen) Arthur and Roger (Alice) Lewis Jr; daughters: Barb (Ron) Bruns and Mel Lynch; sister Dorothy; 21 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter Mary Arthur; sisters: Vickie, Bonnie and Melba and brother Albert.A service celebrating her life will be held 6 PM Friday 22, 2019, at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home in Milan with grandson Pastor Matthew Bruns officiating. Family and friends may gather to honor and remember her 4 – 6 PM Friday also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Grace to the family. Laws-Carr-Moore entrusted with arrangements, 707 South Main Street, Milan, IN 47031, (812)654-2141. You may go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the family.
BATESVILLE, Ind. –Margaret Mary Health is adjusting the hours for their COVID-19 Hotline.The new hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and the phone number is (812) 933-5556.Community members are encouraged to call the hotline for information about COVID-19 symptoms, help determining when and where to seek medical treatment, assistance understanding COVID-19 testing guidelines and advice on isolation.For more information visit the link listed here.
Fulham rounded off their Barclays Premier League campaign with a first win in eight games as Swansea’s memorable campaign concluded with a 3-0 defeat at the Liberty Stadium. Press Association The Cottagers, who had picked up just one point from their previous seven games, took the lead in the 22nd minute through Alex Kacaniklic, with Dimitar Berbatov and Urby Emanuelson sealing the win after the break. Capital One Cup winners Swansea enjoyed an extended spell of pressure during the second half but Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer frustrated them with fine saves from Pablo Hernandez, Wayne Routledge and Ashley Williams. Bryan Ruiz should have given the Cottagers the lead in just the third minute. Kacaniklic threaded a pass through the Swansea backline but Ruiz dallied after beating Chico Flores and the chance was lost. Swansea settled after the early scare, and Routledge fired narrowly wide having linked smartly with Jonathan de Guzman and Nathan Dyer. Hernandez then failed to make the most of a good opportunity as he dragged wide after picking off a misplaced pass from Philippe Senderos – and it proved costly as Fulham went up the other end to grab the opener. Ruiz and Berbatov combined to put Kacaniklic through, with Williams playing him yards onside, and the Sweden international calmly slotted a left-footed shot low past Michel Vorm. Swansea’s first half was summed up seconds before the break when De Guzman beat Michu to a header from Angel Rangel’s cross, with the Spaniard well placed to convert his 23rd goal of the season. Hernandez had Swansea’s clearest sight of goal on the hour as Rangel turned a Leon Britton pass into the winger’s path but Schwarzer was quickly out to make the stop. The pair went head to head again moments later and it was again the Fulham man who came out on top, tipping the Spaniard’s placed shot round the post. And all Swansea’s pressure came to nothing as Berbatov got Fulham’s second 13 minutes from time. Ruiz was the architect, catching Rangel lying deep behind the rest of his back four to send the former Manchester United man clear to laconically round Vorm and slot into an empty net. Substitute Emanuelson rounded off the scoring in stoppage time by tapping home after Vorm could only parry Giorgos Karagounis’ effort.
Ronald Koeman has denied reports he is close to extending his contract as Southampton manager and insisted he does not expect to do so at least until the summer. “It’s too early to discuss that,” said Koeman, who remains the subject of speculation surrounding his chances of managing the struggling Holland national team. “I had several meetings with the board in the last two weeks but not about my contract. “I don’t think it’s the right moment to talk about it. There’s still a long time to go. Maybe something for after the summer, not this season.” Southampton on Sunday host Manchester United, who are managed by fellow Dutchman Louis van Gaal in the Premier League. Sunday’s fixture also represents the first return to St Mary’s of midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, who left Southampton for United for £25million in the summer having also pursued a transfer elsewhere a year earlier. The two episodes will likely have done little to endear him to the club’s fans, but Koeman said: “I hope the reaction to him is a positive one. “He did everything for the club, he had a great time in Southampton, he was ready for the next step. “I think we have to receive the player like we normally do with other players. How the fans react to Rickie Lambert is what you expect of fans receiving those who did everything for the club in a very positive way I hope. “It’s difficult always to say that it’s not possible to leave the club, but to tell him twice is impossible. We had a very good relationship after the difficult summer that we had at the club, his reaction was fantastic, he had a big part in a big season last year and it’s best for him and for the player, that’s the important thing. “He’s now a player for Manchester United and I wish him the best, but not on Sunday.” Koeman has 18 months remaining on his present deal, which began in the summer of 2014 when he agreed to succeed Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino, and has impressed in difficult circumstances during his time at the club. It had been reported that Southampton, who Koeman has impressively led since Adam Lallana, Luke Shaw, Dejan Lovren, Rickie Lambert and Calum Chambers followed Pochettino out the door in 2014, were ready to offer the Dutchman a new contract but on Friday he was adamant that is not the case. Press Association
Law enforcement officials say they have arrested a husband and wife for allegedly trafficking drugs from their Stuart apartment.According to investigators, a Martin County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team arrested 33-year-old Jeffrey Lopez at a gas station, then went to the couple’s apartment on Northwest Spruce Ridge Drive.The sheriff’s office says that is when 22-year-old Diamond Lynn Lopez tried to flush several bags of cocaine down a toilet and kitchen sink, while using her four children to shield herself from the officials.“The other thing that was really noteworthy about this case is that there was a substantial amount of fentanyl and crack within 12 inches from a pizza that she was preparing. It was right there in the same proximity of the food that she was feeding the children,” says Sheriff William Snyder.Investigators secured the children and confiscated cocaine, fentanyl, and drug paraphernalia, as well as thousands of dollars in cash.The raid took place following a three-month investigation by the Stuart police, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and FDLE (Florida Department of Law Enforcement).Jail records reveal that Diamond and Jeffrey Lopez are now facing numerous drug-trafficking charges.
February 7, 2020 Associated Press Taylor opened with an eagle and closed with two birdies for an 8-under 63 on Thursday. That put him two shots ahead of Patrick Cantlay and Chase Seiffert, each of whom fired 66s on par-72 courses. Cantlay played Spyglass Hill and Seiffert was at Pebble Beach.Most of the interest over three courses in the rotation was at Spyglass Hill, which featured Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson, along with five NFL quarterbacks that included Peyton Manning and his recently retired brother, Eli.LPGA-VIC OPENSagstrom has 1-stroke lead after 2 rounds at LPGA’s Vic OpenBARWON HEADS, Australia (AP) — First-round leader Madelene Sagstrom held a one-stroke lead over American rival Ally McDonald after two rounds of the LPGA’s Vic Open in Australia. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditPGA-PEBBLE BEACHTaylor leads Pebble Beach Pro-AmPEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Nick Taylor is the leader heading into the second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The tournament features male and female professionals playing in alternate groups over two courses at the 13th Beach Golf Links.Sagstrom shot a 5-under 67 on the Creek course for a two-round total of 13-under 132. McDonald shot an 8-under 65 on the Beach course. Robin Sciot-Siegrist shot an 8-under 64 to take a two-stroke lead over Travis Smyth in the men’s tournament. Sciot-Siegrist had a two-round total of 14-under 130.PRESIDENTS CUP-ELSOnce is enough: Els says he’s done as Presidents Cup captainPEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Once is enough for Ernie Els as International captain in the Presidents Cup. Els tells the golf blog Morning Read that he will not return as captain in 2021 at Quail Hollow in North Carolina. Update on the latest sports Els made several changes to try to change the International history at the matches. Tiger Woods led the U.S. to a close victory at Royal Melbourne in December.Since the Presidents Cup began in 1994, the International team has beaten the Americans only once, in 1998. Els also thinks someone should not be captain more than once.TYSON-DOUGLAS-30TH ANNIVERSARY30 years after Tyson fight, Buster Douglas is ‘feeling good’COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Thirty years after his hard-fought victory against boxing titan Mike Tyson, Buster Douglas says he is feeling healthy and basking in the glory he says he was denied at the time. The 59-year-old fighter will be celebrated at an anniversary gala Friday in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, where he’ll raise money for programs that help others who face seemingly insurmountable challenges.Douglas’ charity effort, 42 to 1, supports workforce development, diversity and soft skills training programs for at-risk youth.
(REUTERS) – Cricket Australia and the players’ union have both hailed a new deal signed by the country’s professional Australian Rules footballers as backing their cases in a bitter pay dispute.Australia’s top cricketers face being locked out unless a new memorandum of understanding is struck between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA) before the end of the month.On Tuesday, the Australian Rules players agreed a A$1.84 billion (1.1 billion pounds) six-year deal with the Australian Football League (AFL) that tied their wages to competition revenue for the first time.At the heart of the cricket dispute is a long-standing agreement that gives the players a fixed percentage of the revenue of the game, a deal which Cricket Australia says prevents them from sufficiently investing in the grassroots.The ACA were first to weigh in on the AFL agreement, with chief executive Alistair Nicholson congratulating the indigenous football code for “embracing the virtues of partnership” in the deal.“What these two parties are trying to achieve is what cricket has enjoyed for 20 years,” he said in a statement.“The AFL is at a different stage of evolving the partnership than cricket. But what’s clear is that this sense of co-operation is the way to go.”Cricket Australia hit back yesterday by also welcoming the AFL deal which, it said, was “more closely aligned with the proposal that Cricket Australia has offered our elite players”.“Both the AFL deal and the proposal that CA has put to the nation’s cricketers feature guaranteed payments,” said a spokesman. “Above the guaranteed payments, players share in additional revenue after expenses are taken into account. This is more akin to a profit share.”There is no sign of an immediate resolution to the dispute.Australia vice-captain David Warner told Channel Nine at the weekend that the players might compromise on the percentage of revenue they received but would not agree a deal that did not include it at all.“We’ve been offered contracts and we’ve knocked them back. That’s because we want to make sure the female players and domestic players are in this revenue-sharing model,” he said.“In the decades that have gone past, the past players that have been in our situation have stood up for us. I was a domestic player, I was a young kid coming through; we’re doing the same as what they did as well.”The upcoming Australia A tour of South Africa, a two-Test series in Bangladesh and a limited-overs tour of India are under threat from the dispute, with the Ashes also looming at the end of the year.
THE Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire Insurance Company Ltd is once again proud to support the National Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Champion, Thuria Thomas. Thomas has been selected by the GTTA as one of the key players among a group of sixteen (16) most talented, disciplined and brightest young players to represent Guyana in the on-going Caribbean Junior and Cadet Table Tennis Championship scheduled for the 11th – 18th April, 2019 in Santo Domingo, The Dominican Republic.Over the years, she has been making consistent improvements in her technical and tactical development and is one whom the GTTA believes has the potential and ability to reach the highest level.The Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire Insurance Company has always been supportive and will continue to nurture and assist in the development of sports amongst youths in Guyana.
TORONTO, Canada (CMC) – Veteran opener Chris Gayle slammed his 22nd Twenty20 hundred but rain had the final say as the Global T20 Canada contest between Vancouver Knights and Montreal Tigers ended in a no-result here Monday night.Sent in at the CAA Centre, Knights piled up a record 276 for three off their 20 overs – the highest-ever franchise T20 total and the second highest T20 total overall.The left-handed Gayle was the catalyst with a breathtaking unbeaten 122 off 54 deliveries with seven fours and a dozen sixes.South African Rassie van der Dussen struck 56 from 25 deliveries while Dutchman Tobias Visee blasted a 19-ball 51, as Knights embarked on an astonishing run-spree.Facing a record run chase, rain during the break then prevented Tigers from facing a single delivery, as the match was eventually called off due to bad weather.By then, however, Gayle had treated spectators to a storm of his own. The 39-year-old started slowly and it was Visee who dominated the opening stand of 63 off 27 deliveries, lashing 11 fours and a six.When Visee perished in the fifth over, Gayle had managed just 11 runs from eight deliveries but he quickly took charge of the innings in a stunning display of power-hitting.He raced to his half-century off 27 balls, reaching his landmark by clearing the ropes at mid-wicket with off-spinner Nikhil Dutta in the 12th over.Gayle then required only another 20 deliveries to reach triple figures, again bringing up the achievement in style when he deposited West Indies teammate, off-spinner Sunil Narine, over long on for six in the 17th over.Along the way, Gayle added 67 for the second wicket with fellow Jamaican and Windies batsman, Chadwick Walton (29) and a further 139 for the third wicket with van der Dussen whose innings required three fours and five sixes.
Lobi shock Pillars in KanoPlateau United kept their place at the top with a hard fought 2-1 win against visiting Wikki Tourists of Bauchi at the new Jos stadium before a huge home crowd.However, the talking point of the day may well be MFM FC of Lagos second road win against Oriental sides after beating Rangers 1-0 just as they did Heartland on opening day.None of the two wins on the day can diminish Lobi Stars feat in Kano where they had the better of former champions, Kano Pillars. Wikki began the day level on points with Plateau and were looking on going tops with a possible win away from home as they did on Matchday 2. The Bauchi side took the lead on the 12th minute through Jackson Daniels. However, Coach Andy Maikaba’s men drew level 12 minutes before the break through Mustapha Ibrahim, before Abbar Umar scrambled home Itodo’s throw-in, 10 minutes after the restart for the winner.Tony Bolus guided MFM to their second win away from home in some stylish fashion, when they stunned Rangers in Enugu, with Chuks Kenedinum’s goal just before the break. Similar result was recorded in Kano, as Pillars, without their inspirational captain, Rabiu Ali, lost by a lone goal to visiting Lobi Stars. Douglas Achiv was the scorer for Coach Gbenga Ogunbote’s side. At the Enyimba Stadium in Aba, eight time champions, Enyimba stunned Akwa United 3-1, to go second on the log. Austin Oladapo had given Abdallah’s men the advantage on 13 minutes through a penalty, before Stanley Dimgba and Samson Obi grabbed the second and third on 30 and 33 minutes respectively. Mfon Udoh’s clever chip could only help reduce the deficit for the Promise Keepers six minutes before the break.Tasiu Lawal’s penalty on 64 minutes helped Katsina United to a lone goal victory at home to visiting Nasarawa United. Danladi Umar had earlier denied the striker from a similar scenario on the 40th minute.Elsewhere, Phillip Auta’s effort on 32nd minute salvaged a point for Abia Warriors at home to Kabiru Dogo’s Sunshine Stars. The Akure side earlier took control of the game with Fuad Ekelejuoti’s goal on 19 minutes.Less than 42km away from Umuahia, Heartland FC had to rely on Nnonshiri Samuel’s 63rd minute penalty, to salvage a point at home to visiting Akwa Starlets FC. The Uyo side drew first blood through Femi Ajayis goal six minutes before the break.Chigozie Chilekwu’s header was the difference between FC IfeanyiUbah and Rivers United in Nnwei, while Efe Yarhere and Sunday Williams aided Warri Wolves to a 2-0 win at home to newcomers Adamawa United.Mubaraka Abdulsallam, Isaac Oduro, Otukhe Egbo and Williams Nmesitionye were the scorers as Delta Force humbled Jigawa Golden Stars 4-1. The visitors consolation came through Ali Musa on 62 minutes.NPFL MATCH DAY 3(RESULTS)Wolves 2-0 AdamawaPlateau Utd 2-1 WikkiKatsina Utd 1-0 NasarawaKano Pillars 0-1 LobiIfeanyiubah 1-0 RiversRangers 0-1 MFMEnyimba 3-1 Akwa UtdHeartland 1-1 Akwa StarletsAbia Warriors 1-1 SunshineDelta Force 4-1 Jigawa GSShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram