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State Road 156 single-lane restrictions scheduled to begin Thursday

first_imgSwitzerland County, In. — Single-lane traffic restrictions on State Road 156 will begin on Thursday, July 12 at the 3-span bridge over Fisk Creek at its confluence with the Ohio River near Wade Hill Road south of Patriot.The Indiana Department of Transportation is rehabilitating the 143-foot-long S.R. 156 bridge located a mile south of S.R. 250.  Force Construction is the contractor for this $976,250 Switzerland County bridge project.  The Columbus contractor will pour new concrete end sections of the bridge deck—then overlay the entire deck with a thin polymeric epoxy.  Bridge repairs and new approach slabs are included in the project.S.R. 156’s traffic count is 1,400 vehicles per day.last_img read more

Ex-Super Eagles striker quits Belgian club after expiration of contract

first_img Loading… “The contract of Hasan Ozkan is not renewed, Anton Tanghe and Jordy Schelfhout are still training. The trial period of defender Priestley Farquharson is over, he also leaves KVO.” Akpala made 62 league appearances in his first spell with the side, scoring 12 goals between 2015 and 2018 before leaving to join Al-Faisaly. The forward started his career with Pepsi Football Academy in Lagos before joining Bendel Insurance, where he signed his first professional contract. He departed the shores of Nigeria to team up with Sporting Charleroi in Belgium in 2006 before signing for rival side Club Brugge two years later. read also:Akpala returns to Belgium The striker moved to Turkey in 2014 to team up with Super Lig club Karabukspor, where he managed to score seven goals in 25 league appearances during his one-year stay before signing for Oostende. Akpala has represented Nigeria 13 times and will hope to secure a new club before the start of the 2020-21 season. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Belgian First Division A club, Oostende have announced the departure of Joseph Akpala following the expiration of his contract. The Super Eagles striker returned to the Versluys Arena outfit last summer, signing a year deal which ran out in June. The 33-year-old forward only made seven appearances across all competitions for Alexander Blessin’s men last season due to injury problems. The Kustboys revealed the Nigeria international’s contract will not be renewed along with Hasan Ozkan while Priestley Farquharson has also been released. “Striker Joseph Akpala is not offered a new contract and is therefore again a free player,” read a statement from the club website. “We thank ‘Joske’ for his boundless efforts and excellent mentality and wish him every success in the further course of his career. “His contract with KVO ran until June 30 but was extended until last Saturday. Then he played in the friendly match against Varsenare, but now the collaboration ends.Advertisementcenter_img Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe 10 Biggest Historical Mysteries That Can’t Be Solved6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits EarthThis Is Why Plus-Size Models Should Always Be An InspirationThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read Morelast_img read more

Irma Leora Stacy

first_imgIrma Leora Stacy, 102, of Milan, formerly of Moores Hill / Lawrenceburg passed away Friday, May 10, 2019 at Ripley Crossing in Milan.  Irma was born Friday, March 30, 1917 in Moores Hill, the daughter of Irvin and Lulu (Rumsey) Heller.  She married Joseph Stacy June 16, 1940 and he preceded her in death in 1981.  Irma was a member of the Moores Hill United Methodist Church, former Eastern Star member and worked at Old Quaker Distillery later know as Schenley.  During WWII she worked at Wrights Aircraft Factory later becoming General Electric and she worked for Dearborn County Hospital in the laundry department.  Irma enjoyed eating out at Frisch’s with her family, enjoyed a glass of wine, traveling and liked to collect china birds.Irma is survived by son Tom (Becky) Stacy of Aurora and many nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, daughter Irma Jean Stacy; brothers: Elmer, Virgil, Floyd, Alton, and Alvin Heller; and sisters: Ethel Rawlins and Hilda Heller.A service celebrating her life will be held 1 PM Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home in Moores Hill with Pastor Ted Hamrick officiating.  Burial will follow in Forest Hill Cemetery.  Family and friends may gather to share and remember her 11 AM – 1 PM Tuesday, May 14 also at the funeral home. Memorials may be given in honor of Irma to Our Hospice of Jennings County; Moores Hill Methodist Church or Ripley Crossing Activity Fund. Sibbett-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 16717 Manchester Street, Box 156, Moores Hill, IN 47032, (812)744-3280.  You may go to to leave an online condolence message for the family.last_img read more

Kool back on track in Railway

first_img Cappella Sansevero (6-4 favourite) and War Envoy were big disappointments in the six-furlong event. Berry said: “He’s had the one disappointing run, but I spoke to Richard Hannon and he said you could forget the Coventry as he ran too free. “The only anxious moment I had was in the stalls – I was just hoping he’d jump well. He wasn’t stopping at the line and I don’t see why he wouldn’t get seven furlongs.” Kool Kompany was introduced at 25-1 for the Qipco 2000 Guineas with RaceBets. Tommy Stack’s juvenile Accepted made a most accomplished racecourse debut in the Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises EBF Maiden. The chestnut son of Approve always held a prominent position but looked there for the taking once 11-10 favourite Cape Clear Island got in the clear a furlong and a half from home. Wayne Lordan’s partner (13-2) responded manfully under pressure and fought back along the near-side rail to claim a short-head verdict, while Fit For The Job was pinched for room on two occasions but nonetheless ran an eyecatching race in third. Fozzy Stack, son and assistant to the County Tipperary handler, said: “He’s a nice horse and has always worked well. We’ve always thought a bit of him. He was a bit keen and didn’t have as much cover as we’d have liked. He could come back here for the Anglesey and maybe the Gimcrack (at York).” Kool Kompany turned Royal Ascot form on its head as he recorded a fourth win from five starts in the GAIN Railway Stakes at the Curragh. Richard Hannon’s youngster had been well beaten in the Coventry Stakes, in which Cappella Sansevero and War Envoy had finished some way in front of him, but a return to forcing tactics in this Group Two contest made all the difference. Fran Berry had the 6-1 shot smartly out of the gates to grab the stands rail and dictate matters, and he produced a fine turn of foot from the front to see off f ellow British-trained raider Ahlan Emarati, from Peter Chapple-Hyam’s stable, by two lengths. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

RHTYSC, ACC slam GCB over Jaguars Franchise League tournament

first_imgTHE management of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club (RHTYSC) and the Albion Cricket Club (ACC) have expressed disappointment in the manner in which the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Jaguars Franchise League three-day tournament has been organised.According to a joint release, “The clubs which have produced the most cricketers for Berbice have been kept in the dark about arrangements for the tournament and who is responsible for the selection of the Upper Corentyne and Lower Corentyne or New Amsterdam teams.”It further stated, “To make matters worse, the Berbice Cricket Board has not been consulted or informed of plans for the tournament. The two clubs, who together share a record nine Guyana Cricket Club of the Year Awards are very concerned about the current state of affairs.The RHTYSC and the ACC are committed towards uniting all the factions of Guyana’s Cricket but we would not be willing to do so in the future if greater effort is not made to ensure that our cricket is administered in a transparent manner. The two clubs seek urgent answers to the following questions.Who were the persons responsible for selecting the teams and what were the criteria used?Why was the BCB not consulted despite the efforts to unite the two cricket boards?Does the sponsoring of teams give the sponsor, the sole right to select players for a team?Is it not a conflict of interest for a president of a cricket club to be a sponsor of a team, in which his club is involved?Why were the clubs and the BCB not consulted on the arrangements for the tournament. Our advice and suggestions would have assisted in better arrangements.Who selected the officials for the tournament and what were the criteria used?Is it a deliberate policy to side-line the top two cricket clubs in Berbice and the BCB when we were open to healing the wounds in Guyana’s Cricket?”“Why were a lot of promising young cricketers like Josiah Dhanai, Kevlon Anderson, Kevin Sinclair and Sylus Tyndall left out of the 18-man squad and the highly productive Collis Butts was not considered? Butts was the Man-of-the-Final in the last BCB first division tournament.The RHTYSC and ACC are major stakeholders in Berbice and Guyana’s cricket and together have ideas and suggestions that would assist in the development of the game. We are at a loss why we are being sidelined,” the release ended.last_img read more

Farah says he has no tolerance for rule-breakers

first_imgLONDON, England (Reuters) – British Olympic champion Mo Farah said yesterday he had no tolerance for anyone who broke the rules after his former coach Alberto Salazar was banned for four years for doping violations.The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) said Salazar’s punishment was for “orchestrating and facilitating prohibited doping conduct” as head coach of the Nike Oregon Project (NOP), a camp designed primarily to develop U.S. endurance athletes.“I’m relieved USADA has completed their investigation into Alberto Salazar. I left the Nike Oregon Project in 2017 but I have no tolerance for anyone who breaks the rules or crosses a line,” said Farah in a statement to Sky Sports News. “A ruling has been made and I’m glad there has finally been a conclusion.”Salazar stopped coaching Farah, double Olympic champion at both 5 000 and 10 000 metres, in 2017, when the runner decided to move back to England. The Briton said at the time that the doping investigation was not the reason they parted ways.last_img read more

Callanan named GAA/GPA Hurling All Star

first_imgThe full forward is also nominated for the Hurler of the Year prize along with Kilkenny’s Richie Hogan and TJ Reid with the winner named during Friday’s Awards Ceremony++ It follows stellar performaces from the the Drum n Inch man throughout the 2015 season including the 3-09 he clocked up during Tipp narrow defeat to Galway in the All Ireland Senior Hurling Semi Final in August.Killkenny as expected took the lions share taking a total of seven awards, beaten finalists Galway were awarded four of the coveted positions with the remaining three going to Waterford In total there are seven first time recipients and five survivors from the 2014 team – with Séamus Callanan the only non-Kilkenny player to receive awards in both seasons.last_img read more

Bad weather impacting on Tipp senior teams

first_imgTheir thrilling draw with Limerick in the National League at the weekend was moved from the Gaelic Grounds to Kilmallock as the pitch at the city venue wasn’t deemed up to staging the match.The switch also meant that the players couldn’t have the post-game warm-down session that had been planned.Selector Shane Stapleton is hoping that their preparations this week will help them get a win against familiar opponents, Clare, this Sunday.last_img

SRMC CEO Leonard Hernandez addresses council about financial state of hospital (updated with clarification)

first_imgTotal Depreciation$93,527$661,196 August1184 October372 July397494 Total Operating Expenses$1,173,073$8,153,250 Total for year:$406 $445  February12321051 Tax Support92,404$667,659 March1315954 2013 SRMC Financial Report Income StatementJuly 2013Year to date March377493 Total for year:147317498 June12511039 May13721074 July12541036 January14001339 Monthly Average Patient Day:12271071 September1072 December1051 Net income or loss-258,662-1,405,854 (Updated with clarifications in bold) by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The financial shape of Sumner Regional Medical Center has been a constant source of concern for more than a decade. Tuesday night during the audience participation portion of the hospital, SRMC CEO Leonard Hernandez and CFO Kim Weaver updated the Wellington City Council about their latest programs to make the hospital more financially viable at the Tuesday meeting.Although not specifically mentioned until late in the discussion, the sunsetting of a quarter-cent sales tax designated to SRMC is looming. The quarter cent tax was originally passed by city of Wellington voters to consolidate St. Lukes and Wellington Hospital in the mid 1990s. It was later renewed a decade later to keep funding the hospital. Then voters passed a separate half-cent sales tax in April 2012.But last month, some council members have mentioned the quarter cent sales tax could go to street repairs. Nothing has been decided by the council and SRMC officials are expected to address the issue in late October. On Tuesday, Hernandez and Weaver briefed the council on the various projects the SRMC board has initiated to help the hospital stay solvent.The hospital has lost $1.4 million so far in 2013 and the average patient day which accounts for both in-patient and out-patient volumes are also down from the year before. Also, budgeted labor cost per patient day is $363. That hasn’t been met by SRMC this year. In month-to-month totals, only in January has the labor costs been below the budget estimates.The following are budget figures presented by Weaver to the city council: Total Operating Revenue$1,007,938$7,408,592 April13021005 January$348$358 February361406 September464 Month20122013 May347451 April364457 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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Thank you for your input. +2 Vote up Vote down WHS Alum · 362 weeks ago At the risk of sounding like I am anti-hospital (which I am not)…I have a question-How does the hospital build a cash reserve when they can’t meet all of their financial obligations. I see the need for a hospital type facility in our community/region…but at what point does subsidizing the hospital get recognized as too much of a burden. Does the city see them trying to build a cash reserve as a slap in the face since they haven’t paid an electric bill in such a long time? Report Reply 8 replies · active 361 weeks ago +8 Vote up Vote down Long time resident · 362 weeks ago Want something to worry about? Imagine your property values without a hospital in town. We’re already out several doctors, a clinic and a PA. There are successful hsopitals in the region, are they financially solvent? If yes, what are they doing that SRMC is not. There is an answer here somewhere. Either public funding, building patient census, different administration types of somethng. This is a cronic probelm and THERE IS AN ANSWER. I just hope it can be found before it is too late. Report Reply 0 replies · active 362 weeks ago -7 Vote up Vote down who cares · 362 weeks ago Don’t cry to the public about their finiancial situtaion! They did it to them selves. If they would bring in higher trained doctors would be a great start.The facility is ran down to no end. They have have HORRIBLE ER staff. They can shut down for all i care if i was on my death bed i would take the extra 45 minutes to drive to Wichita to get better care. Report Reply 11 replies · active 361 weeks ago +5 Vote up Vote down radi8tes · 362 weeks ago The big hospitals are hurting too….big isn’t necessarily better! Report Reply 2 replies · active 362 weeks ago +10 Vote up Vote down Hmmm….. · 362 weeks ago I know I don’t want to go an extra 45 minutes to wichita in an ambulance that will cost the tax payers even more money to get the same treatment you can get here. That’s right folks we will pay whether it is for the hospital or more ems workers and equipment. There are things that should be looked at to cut cost and make the everyday flow of work through the hospital better. The place does need to suck up a little pride and look at other facilities that are making money. Weed out the weak links, make some people accountable. With all that said We should still be committed to keeping people in Wellington employed and taken care of. Remember while commenting on this article hine sight in 50/50, when it goes it will be gone probably forever. Report Reply 1 reply · active 362 weeks ago -1 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 362 weeks ago I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. The hospital is a leach on the city. CLOSE it. But instead, have an “emergency medical” facility. If someone needs emergency care, send them to the emergency facility, stabilize them enough to transport them to a hospital that can keep their head above water. Why do we not get subsidized pricing when we’re subsidizing the place? You can’t fix a leaky pipe by throwing more water at it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 362 weeks ago +9 Vote up Vote down iceman318 · 362 weeks ago I am for keeping our hospital no matter what the cost are. You cant put a price on a life saved. We are very lucky to have what we got. I for one will be for ever grateful to all our doctor’s, nurse’s, and all the other employee’s even you Booker……….. you the man. And I hate paying taxes but I know a bargain when I see it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 362 weeks ago -4 Vote up Vote down wellingtoncitizen · 362 weeks ago So every electric bill gas been paid since our new CEO has came in, what about everything before then? Why doesn’t someone check into that and be how surprised they are. I’m with whoever mentioned them building a cash reserve, how can they when they have to be paying a nice chunk of change to pay Krueger Lawn Services to mow for them. Do they not own there own lawn mower? I’m sure they could afford one and maintenance on one with the cost they pay out for someone else to do it. And what about the fancy counter tops that were put in right after the sales tax was brought in? There is a lot of cost that I have seen come in that could have been taken care of in a more cost efficiant way. Then it is talked about how broke they are but has anyone looked at there bills and what you are being charged for? I did and for one bill alone that was billed to the insurance company and me the $1200 bill they were collecting nearly $800 more than what the bill was alone. The insurance alone paid more than the actual bill then they bill me as well. How many other people has this happened to any was not caught. Report Reply 2 replies · active 288 weeks ago -3 Vote up Vote down Thirsty · 362 weeks ago The problem I see is they charge astronomical amounts for healthcare and emergency aid and wonder why people are paying them back. Lower the cost of medical care and maybe people might be able to pay you back. So income will be less? Yes it will be but your accounts receivable will be lower and you will have more people come in. The more people you potentially have come in the better doctors and services you can provide because of additional revenue. I don’t know how many people I have talked to that have said they would rather go to Wichita. Simply put theres a lack of services or customer service at SRMC. Offer payment plans for the accounts receivable so that you can start chipping away at that. Allocate your resources to purchase another ambulance or two and you will be solid. Report Reply 0 replies · active 362 weeks ago +6 Vote up Vote down Mash · 362 weeks ago I amazed at how some of you are acting. One one hand you complain about taxes and city goverment. On the other hand you complain about SRMC. Close it down you say. Ok then get ready to pay even more in taxes. What employees they do have would probably move, therefore less of a tax base to collect from. Who is going to move to Wellington without a hospital or medical care available? Again less people so once again a smaller tax base. SRMC has very qualified people. Just because you work in a small town does not make you inadequate at your job. In most cases these people are more skilled at several things because they have to wear many hats. Bigger is not always better. If Wellington was to do away with everything that did not make money we would be closing the pool. Swimming pools are a money pit to every community but I like the fact that the City recognizes the fact that there is a need. Just like most of Wellington realizes there is a need for SRMC. We had a clinic close but that had nothing to do with SRMC. Lets just see the Dr’s we have use it to it’s fullest potential. How many tests, physical therapy and bloodwork being sent out of the community? Report Reply 0 replies · active 362 weeks ago 12Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. 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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments June378454 November1143 August452 Budgeted Labor cost per patient day is $363 beginning in Jan. 2013 Month20122013 Patient DayInpatient and outpatient volumes December607 October1155 Updated (9-4-13 – 1:30 p.m.) — Sumner Regional Medical Center Leonard Hernandez said the $1.4 million year to date loss in the budget figures below includes $661,197 in unfunded depreciation and none of this year’s EMR. “We are expecting around $1.1 million to show as additional revenues in November and December of 2013. Also, the hospital has approximately $800,000 in CDs and restricted donation accounts. Although, the budget figures do look grim, Hernandez is optimistic that SRMC is heading in the right direction.Hernandez outlined to the council a program known was the “March to Million” project initiated by the board in April. It’s goal is to collect $1 million in cash and placed in the SRMC coffers. Over the past year, SRMC has whittled its accounts receivables from $7.6 million to $5.4 million. And the hospital now has $285,000 more in operating cash.“I always go by the motto that ‘cash can solve a lot of things,’” Hernandez said. “And it can. But we have a long ways to go to reach our $1 million cash goal.”Other sources of income include the electronic records reimbursements which will give the hospital $1 million in 2013 and $600,000 additional in 2014. SRMC will also hopefully continue to receive $200-250,000 from the federal government for being a small hospital with less than 1,200 patient admissions a year. Hernandez said this program was scheduled to expire in 2014, but after visiting with U.S. Senator Jerry Moran it could be continued for one more year.Hernandez also said the hospital has paid its electric bill since last September when he arrived.He also said SRMC is looking for a new surgeon, but so far those who have applied are of the retirement age and are looking at a $350,000 to $500,000 salary with benefits.Wellington Mayor Roger Stallbaumer said he knows times are tough but people need to pay their hospital bill. Council member John Brand said citizens need to “use it or lose it” when it comes to SRMC.Hernandez said the SRMC budget isn’t scheduled for completion until November. Council member B.J. Tracy said a work session to discuss the sales tax issues is needed. November399last_img read more

Steelers Hall of Famer John Henry Johnson dead at 81

first_imgLEGENDS—Steelers great John Henry Johnson, left, with quarterback Bobby Layne, a fellow Hall of Famer, in 1962. Layne called Johnson “my bodyguard.” (AP Photo/File) PITTSBURGH—Hall of Fame, and Steelers great running back John Henry Johnson died June 3. He was 81. The San Francisco 49ers said in a release that Johnson, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987 after a 14-season NFL career, died in Tracy, Calif. Johnson, a 6-2, 210-pound workhorse running back, spent 12 years in the National Football League with the San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers and a 13th season in the American Football League with the Houston Oilers. In a statement the Steelers said “We are deeply saddened by the death of John Henry Johnson. He was one of the Steelers’ great running backs, evident by being the team’s first 1,000-yard rusher in 1962. Also known for being one of the greatest blocking backs of his era, John Henry was one of the first in a long line of Steelers’ Hall of Famers. The entire Steelers organization sends its condolences to the Johnson family for the loss of one of the great players in team history.”When he retired after the 1966 season, his 6,803 career rushing yards ranked him behind only Jim Brown, Cleveland Browns; Jim Taylor, Green Bay Packers; and Joe Perry, San Francisco 49ers as the top ground gainers of all time. Johnson also was an excellent pass receiver with 186 receptions for 1,478 yards. He scored 330 points on 55 touchdowns in his career. During his era, the NFL only played 12 game seasons, which is a better indicator of how great his numbers were, compared to 14 games and now 16 game NFL seasons.His most productive years came with the Steelers. Before the Steelers glory years of the 1970s and Franco Harris, he was considered by most as the greatest running back to ever carry the ball for the Steelers. He still ranks only behind Harris, Jerome Bettis and Willie Parker in rushing yardage. In both 1962 and 1964, he broke the 1,000-yard rushing barrier, the first Steeler to achieve that lofty level. It was with the Lions, however, that he participated in his only NFL title game, the 1957 contest that saw Detroit overwhelm the Cleveland Browns, 59-14. Johnson was a key figure in the Lions’ title drive that year and wound up as the club’s leading rusher with 621 yards. Johnson was selected to play in the 1955, 1963, 1964, and 1965 Pro Bowl Games.A standout collegian at St. Mary’s until that school discontinued football and then at Arizona State, John Henry was a 1953 second-round draft pick of the Steelers. He first opted to play in Canada but after one season with Calgary, he returned to the United States to start his NFL career with the 49ers. He was an immediate sensation, finishing second in the league in rushing with 681 yards and a 5.3-yard average.For the next two years, he was an integral part of the “Million Dollar Backfield” that included future Hall of Famers Hugh McElhenny, Y. A. Tittle, and Perry. Johnson was traded to Detroit in 1957 and then to Pittsburgh in 1960.“I was deeply saddened to hear of John Henry Johnson’s passing,” said 49ers owner John York. “He was a good friend, not only to my family and me, but the entire 49ers organization. As a member of the “Million Dollar Backfield” he holds a cherished place in both 49ers and NFL history. His contributions to the game of football will be forever celebrated.“Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the entire Johnson family.”last_img read more