Infrastructure, Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf joined Main Street Hanover Executive Director Justine Trucksess and other community leaders on a tour of downtown Hanover celebrating the vibrancy of Pennsylvania’s historic communities.“Communities like Hanover are the backbone of our commonwealth. They serve as a reminder of where we’re from and hold the key to our future,” said Gov. Wolf. “At the state, we take pride in providing support to organizations like Main Street Hanover. But, we also recognize that revitalization needs to be a grassroots initiative, with the organization relying on volunteers with extraordinary vision giving selflessly of their time.”The Wolf Administration has supported Main Street Hanover’s initiatives to build a lively, welcoming downtown corridor through two grants totaling $100,750 for a façade improvement program and architectural study, as well as a $25,000 grant for a downtown streetscaping design and beautification study. A $1.4 million Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant will complement these efforts by transforming a key downtown building formerly occupied by Montgomery Ward into a multiuse building housing a restaurant and apartments. On the tour, Gov. Wolf visited several of the businesses supported by the façade grants and made stops at the Miscreation Brewing Company, the Hanover Area Arts Guild and the former Montgomery Ward building.“Main Street Hanover has been working hard to improve downtown Hanover for the past 8 years. It is an honor to share that work and our plans for the future with Governor Wolf,” said Trucksess. “Following the 4-point Main Street Approach, this volunteer-driven effort supported by the Borough of Hanover and the Hanover Area Chamber of commerce, works closely with the downtown business community to improve the economic capacity of our community core.”Main Street Hanover is one of 14 accredited Keystone Main Street Programs, a program coordinated by the Pennsylvania Downtown Center and managed through the Department of Community and Economic Development. August 06, 2019 Governor Wolf Celebrates Vibrant Pennsylvania Communities on Tour of Downtown Hanover SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ind. – Authorities released the identity of the man who died in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 421 near the Jefferson Proving Ground main entrance Saturday.21-year-old John Thomas Walker of Arkansas City, Kansas, suffered fatal injuries as a result of the crash and was pronounced dead at the scene.Walker was riding in a vehicle that crossed the centerline and struck a 2001 Dodge Ram pickup truck head on, police said.Investigators say alcohol was a factor in the crash that injured six other people, including three 11-year-old’s that were airlifted to University Hospital in Louisville.
“We must give him time to get where his compatriots like Aguero are: he certainly has a great future ahead of him, but I repeat he still has to improve a lot. “There’s a lot of talk about Lautaro right now, but Kun [Aguero] is breaking every record: from time to time, we’ll decide who we give our [No 9] shirt to. “After all, should he really go to Barcelona, the Blaugrana coach would have the same problem as me: picking who to play from an array of top forwards.” read also:Barcelona receive Lautaro Martinez transfer ultimatum The latest report from Sport claims the 22-year-old has agreed a €12m salary with Barca but that Inter are refusing to sell him for any less than €111m. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Argentina manager, Lionel Scaloni has reiterated that his team would stand to gain an ‘advantage’ if Lautaro Martinez left Inter for Barcelona. Scaloni’s comments come after he claimed just two weeks ago that it would be ‘better’ for Argentina if Martinez also became Lionel Messi’s strike partner at club level. “It would be an advantage for us, but Lautaro’s still young,” he told TyC Sports. “He has a lot to learn and also, like happened at Inter, he has to fight for his place at Barca.Advertisement
Tom Berry Jr. won the IMCA Modified Tour championship last year and Rickey Thornton Jr. took home the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car title. Both will be back to defend their titles in 2020. Southwest Speedway in Dickinson will take the Tuesday, July 14 date. The facility south of Dickinson, just off of Highway 22, features a ¼-mile track, a newer grandstand with additional hillside seating, and great viewing for racers on the back stretch. An overflow area has been established during the tour for the many trucks and trailers that follow the tour. Red River Valley Speedway hosted a tour event way in 1991 when the track was a ½-mile facility. The current track is now 3/8 mile with a huge grandstand and parking for over 300 tow rigs in their large pit area. The facility is a part of the expansive Red River Valley Fairgrounds just off of I-94. Minot will race on Sunday, July 12 starting at 6 p.m. Nodak Speedway has been in existence since the early 1950’s and features a high banked 3/8-mile track with a huge 6,000 plus capacity grandstand and pit parking that will, in reality, be unlimited this year with the closure of the fair. The tour has been working on a “Plan B” for several weeks in case Estevan could not race. The operators of the Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, N.D., were contacted and an agreement has been secured that will allow the tour to start in West Fargo on Friday, July 10. Nodak Speedway in Minot was not going to be in the Tour this year due to a conflict with the North Dakota State Fair. However, the fair was canceled a few weeks ago so a date at Minot will replace Estevan on the tour. Williston Basin Speedway will race on Monday, July 13 as originally scheduled. The ¼-mile, high-banked track is located on the Upper Missouri Valley Fairgrounds on the north side of Williston just off US Highway 85. The newly updated and improved facility has parking for 300-plus tow vehicles and seating for over 2,000 spectators. IMCA rules will be in effect and an IMCA official will be in charge of tech at all tour events. Mike Van Genderen of Stuart Speedway in Iowa will flag all races. Tour owner John Gartner will be the tour director again. He can be contacted at (701) 202-6075. Driver pre-registration is now open at the Tour’s website www.dakotamodtour.com There is no cost to pre-register in either division. The tour wraps up its six consecutive night swing with Championship Night at Dacotah Speedway in Mandan. The facility features a high banked 3/8-mile track, along with three pit areas and a grandstand that seats 4,000, surrounded by a park-like atmosphere that is a driver and fan favorite. All Modified main events will pay $2,400 to win and a minimum of $300 to start the 30-car Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying feature. All drivers not qualifying for the feature receive $100 tow money, courtesy of Moritz Sport and Marine. MANDAN, N.D. – The 31st annual Moritz Sport & Marine Powered by Bismarck Motor Company Dakota Classic IMCA Modified Tour has announced a change in their schedule as Estevan, Sask., will not be able to host what was to be the opening night of the Tour on Saturday, July 11 due to an extension of the border closure resulting from the Covid 19 situation. The IMCA Sunoco Stock Car feature will pay a record $1,000 to win the 24-car feature, with $100 to start the race. A $2,000 point fund for the IMCA Modifieds and $1,000 point fund for the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars will be awarded courtesy of Moritz Sport & Marine. Over $20,000 in contingency awards will be given. Jamestown Speedway will now host Round II of the series on Saturday, July 11. The facility is located on the Stutsman County Fairgrounds and is a ¼-mile high banked track with pit parking for over 300. Jamestown was one of the original three tracks that made up the first tour back in 1990. The tour wishes to thank you to Estevan Motor Speedway and their volunteers for all their hard work they had put into the dates that were lost due to the border closing. They will be back in 2021 as a part of the Tour.
Darrell Gene Hyatt, 86, of Dillsboro passed away peacefully Saturday, July 4, 2020, after a long battle with dementia, at the Heritage House of Greensburg. Darrell was born Thursday, May 17, 1934 in Friendship, Indiana, the son of the late James and Thelma (Linkmeyer) Hyatt. He married Roselyn Kirtley and she preceded him in death. He was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Farmers Retreat. Darrell was a 1952 graduate of Cross Plains High School where he played basketball; he served his country in the Air Force and was a Korean War Veteran; an honorary lifetime member of Northcutt-Laaker American Legion Post #292; and retired from Seagram’s Distillery after 45 years. He enjoyed big band music; pitching horseshoes; jitterbug dancing; bowling; gardening, at which he loved to raise tomatoes to give away; and a muzzleloader member. He especially loved his family and he helped many people.Darrell is survived by his daughter Melinda Sowards of Friendship; brother James (Patsy) Hyatt JR. of Cross Plains; grandson Raymond Sowards; nephew Rodney Hyatt and niece Rhonda Hyatt. He was preceded in death by his wife Roselyn, parents James and Thelma Hyatt, son Michael Hyatt, and granddaughter Crystal Sowards.Family and friends may gather to share and remember him 5 – 7 PM Wednesday, July 8 at Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home in Dillsboro. A service celebrating his life will be held 11 AM Thursday, July 9, 2020 with visitation from 10 AM until time of service at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Farmers Retreat with Rev. Richard Kolaskey officiating. Burial will follow in St. John’s Lutheran Cemetery with full military rites provided by the Northcutt-Laaker American Legion Post #292. Memorials may be given in honor of Darrell to the St. John’s Lutheran Cemetery or Church. Filter-DeVries-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 12887 Lenover Street, Box 146, Dillsboro, IN 47018, (812)432-5480. Please reach out through our website at www.filterdevriesmoore.com to leave an online condolence message in memory of Darrell for the family.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana regrets the manner of his departure from Southampton but insists he never refused to play for the club in order to secure his exit. “I miss the fans and I miss the good times we had down there. Of course I do.” Lallana missed the game at Anfield through injury and he admits it will be a strange feeling lining up against his former side this weekend. “It’s still not sunk in that I’m going to be playing against Southampton,” he added. “I think it was a blessing in disguise that I was injured for the first game. “Even being in the crowd watching that day I just felt really emotional so to have been out there would have been way too soon. “The rawness of it all has got easier over the past six months. “I’ve got huge respect for the club; part of me doesn’t even know how I’m going to play. It’s all a bit surreal. “I just have to be professional and play well for Liverpool. I’ve got too much respect to celebrate (if he scores).” A deal for between £23million and £25million was finally agreed but the acrimonious manner of his departure still rankles with fans, who were not assuaged by a full page advert Lallana placed in the local newspaper offering his thanks. He returns to St Mary’s on Sunday where he expects to get a less-than-warm welcome. “I’m not stupid enough to think the way I left didn’t leave a sour taste in a few people’s mouths,” he told BBC Radio Solent: “I regret the way I left. I regret bits and pieces of how it happened and it got nasty. It was sad the way it happened. “What is true is that when I knew of Liverpool’s interest and that they had put a bid in, I did say to the club it would be my wish if they could negotiate a fee for me to move on. “Not for one second did I say I wouldn’t play for the club again. I’m man enough to say it was my choice and my decision for me to move on. “Deep down I hope Saints fans appreciate the times we had at the club together. “Football is a fickle game – if I do get the jeers and the boos I’m just going to take it as them missing me playing down there because I miss Southampton. Press Association The 26-year-old, who spent 12 years with Saints, became the subject of a protracted and high-profile transfer saga last summer with the Reds making three separate bids before they were successful. In between those offers there was speculation Lallana had tried to force Southampton’s hand by issuing an ultimatum but the player denies that.
Bio Latest Posts Hampden jumped in front early 6-0 but a 65-yard touchdown run by Landon St. Peter and Nate Smith’s two-point kick put Ellsworth in front 8-6.Hampden reclaimed the lead with a touchdown in the third quarter, but St. Peter scored his second touchdown for Ellsworth, this time on a 67-yard run, putting his team in front to stay.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textA third St. Peter touchdown, on a 14-yard run in the fourth period, and Smith’s kick for the extra points capped the scoring for Ellsworth.St. Peter finished with 162 yards on nine carries and Hunter Curtis chipped in with 21 yards on five carries.On defense for Ellsworth, Will Johnson had 10 tackles, St. Peter had nine tackles and two sacks, Brody Mercier had six tackles and Brett Bragdon and Reese Jagels each had a sack.The Ellsworth squad is coached by Alan Smith, Jonah Rounesville and Danny Lindsey. Town report wins award – October 11, 2014 Fenceviewer Staff Fitness trainer is now cancer-exercise expert – October 12, 2014 ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth fifth- and sixth-graders rallied from a 12-8 deficit in the second half to down Hampden 22-12 in football action on Sunday in Hampden. Latest posts by Fenceviewer Staff (see all) Schoodic Grange hosting sale – October 30, 2014
PRESIDENT of the North Essequibo Cricket Committee (NECC),Prince Holder,is very concerned that the Essequibo Cricket Board (ECB) will not be holding elections, even though it is constitutionally due this year.The NECC is one of eight area committees of the ECB and according to Holder,should the current scenario continue, it will be undemocratic and against the constitution of the Board.Holder further lamented that the Secretary of the ECB verbally indicated to him that the ECB cannot hold elections due to an injunction, and this was communicated to him by the Secretary of the GCB. However, Holder said that his Committee is not aware of any injunction since he has never received any documentation to this effect.The ECB Annual General Meeting is scheduled for January, 15th, 2017 at the ECB Hostel.Additionally,Holder claimed that no notice of the meeting was sent to the representatives but instead the Secretary informed him via a telephone call.This too,he said, is unacceptable and against the constitution since notices should have been given at least ten days prior to the meeting. He is of the opinion therefore that there is a sinister motive to hijack the ECB through undemocratic means,even though the executives of the current Board have failed in their mandate.He is fervently appealing to the relevant stakeholders including civil society and sporting bodies to correct this seemingly dictatorial trend and ensure that the ECB hold elections as mandated by the GCB’s constitution.Holder also made reference to the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB),which has notices in the daily newspapers,having its AGM on 2017-01-29 ,while placing on its agenda the item of’ Election of Office Bearers’ and signed by the Secretary.’ Why then the ECB,which is an affiliate member of the GCB,cannot conduct elections too’ he posited.He also wondered who will legitimately represent the ECB at the GCB elections.”Can the GCB legally conduct elections with illegal members,”he reasoned.Meanwhile,Holder is also bemused by the fact that none of the area committees have held elections which is necessary prior to the ECB having same. This he said is not a desirable stance since members should have the right to elect its officials who will represent them at the level of the ECB.The current scenario is not so since the current officials of the ECB will remain there for another two years,should elections not be held and this is pitiful ,he declared. The status quo will remain and so will be the existing death of cricket in the county,he also added. (Elroy Stephney).
After the gut-wrenching loss to Brigham Young University, it’s easy to see how one could assume that the Badger’s season was over just as quickly as it began. A third-week loss to an unranked, non-conference opponent is not what usually comes to mind when thinking of a potential playoff season. But despite the numerous people outside Camp Randall loudly auctioning off the rest of their season tickets last week, it’s not time to give up on the Badgers yet.Losing is certainly not the optimal road to where the team and fans hoped this season would end up. Yet Wisconsin, if they were to make it to the playoff this season, would certainly not be alone in having a shocking loss on their record. Surprisingly enough, there is a clear precedent of power five teams with one significant blemish on their record still winning over the playoff selection committee.Both No. 1 Clemson and No. 3 Georgia entered last year’s playoff with losses to teams that, on paper, they should’ve wiped the floor with. In a week five match up against the 2-2 Iowa State Cyclones, Oklahoma suffered an embarrassing away-loss that had the potential to ruin their playoff hopes. Similarly, Clemson fell short of defeating an unranked Syracuse in week seven — Syracuse was just 3-3 at the time.Wrestling: A conversation with Chris Bono in his first offseason as head coachSometimes you don’t have to sit down long with someone to tell what they are all about. For the University Read…Clemson and Georgia fought their way back into playoff contention by winning. Most importantly, they won convincingly. Both teams went undefeated for the rest of their seasons, including a combined total of five wins against Top 25 opponents. With solid wins to back up the strength of their respective rosters, both teams were able to overcome their mid-season sore spots.Perhaps the best example of why the Badgers still control their own destiny is one that came at the expense of the Badgers themselves. During the inaugural playoff season in 2014, a promising Ohio State team was stunned at home by Virginia Tech. Everyone remembers the loss, but ultimately that year in college football was marked by the Buckeye’s comeback. The Ohio State was able to claw their way back by going undefeated for their season. Their pre-playoff season was capped by a 59–0 victory over the Badgers that propelled the Buckeyes to the playoff and, ultimately, a national title.While bringing up this bitter memory may not seem comforting, it shows that the Badger’s path to the playoff is still right in front of them. It won’t be easy by any means, but it never was going to be in the first place. To put it bluntly, Wisconsin must win every regular season game with conviction, then they have to bring it to an undefeated Big 10 East champion in Indianapolis.Volleyball: Badgers open up Big Ten play with Buckeye sweepThe No. 6 Wisconsin volleyball team opened up their Big Ten season with a return to the University of Wisconsin Read…This is no doubt a tall order for a team that hasn’t looked its best in the opening four weeks. However, if Wisconsin is able to cap a one-loss season with a win over a strong Eastern champion, it will be extremely difficult for the selection committee to deny them a chance to compete for a national title.