The Goshen Public Library is reopening three days a week, beginning today.The library will be open every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for people to use essential services related to unemployment applications, SNAP (Nutritional Assistance Program) and other benefits.During this time, fax, photocopying and scanner stations will be available for emergencies or highly important documents only.To use a computer, you must first contact the library to make an appointment either by phone – (574) 533-9531 – or by using the library’s contact form.The library is also limiting the number of people who can be inside at the same time, and security measures will be enforced.Books and other materials are still not available to look at, or check out.You can read the full statement issued by the library below. Google+ Goshen Public Library back open three days a week Facebook By Brooklyne Beatty – April 28, 2020 0 571 Twitter Pinterest TAGScoronavirusCOVID-19essential servicesGoshen Public LibraryreopenssaturdayThursdayTuesday Facebook CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Google+ Previous articleGroup to protest conditions at Westville Correctional Facility TuesdayNext articleUPDATE: INDOT cancels Thursday’s virtual career fair Brooklyne Beatty
Two patients are in a critical condition following exposure to the nerve agent Novichok.Following events in March, we have a well-established response to this type of incident and a clear process to follow. Our priority at this time is to understand the circumstances surrounding how these 2 individuals became unwell, and to ensure there is no further risk to the public’s health from this incident.As the country’s Chief Medical Officer, I want to reassure the public that the risk to the general public remains low. I understand that those in Salisbury and its surrounding areas will be concerned at this news, particularly those who have recently visited the areas now cordoned off by the police.My advice for any individual that may have been in any of the areas now cordoned off from 10pm on Friday evening onwards is highly precautionary. As before, wash your clothes and wipe down any personal items, shoes and bags with cleansing or baby wipes before disposing of them in the usual way.This is the same public health advice I gave during the previous incident, a belt and braces approach. I should also warn that the public should be careful, as always, of picking up any unknown or already dangerous objects such as needles and syringes.You do not need to seek advice from a health professional unless you are experiencing symptoms – any individual who had been significantly exposed at the same time would by now have symptoms. Those people from that area who are concerned that they are experiencing symptoms should call NHS 111.I also want to highlight, that the areas of Salisbury already cleaned and back in use, like the Maltings, are safe.I’d like to commend the professionalism of our emergency staff as well as those at Salisbury District Hospital, particularly the intensive care unit.And I particularly want to reiterate, the police are still investigating how this event happened. The public should continue to follow the advice of the police and that of Public Health England. We will ensure regular updates as we get further information.
Cicada Rhythm just released a new music video for their tune, “Dirty Hound.” Directed by Dave Kirslis, the video depicts a dog houdini’s liberating escape attempt. The video winds through a pastoral countryside, the forest, and eventually the good dog finds himself behind the wheel of a beat-up old truck, ready to truly hit the road. After a brief run-in with his previous owner, let’s just say the video has a happy ending. The triumphant video matches the free energy of the track, and we’re all the better for watching it. You can check out the video for yourself below, and praise that good boy for bustin’ free of his chains.Cicada Rhythm just finished up dates with Dylan LeBlanc and Rising Appalachia. On April 7th, they performed with JJ Grey at eTown Taping for an NPR program, which will be available for your listening pleasure in a few weeks online and on NPR. Check out more from these guy on their website here.
Bulldogs top the Connersville Spartans 12-0 in 6 innings.Bryan Hoeing throws a no hitter with 76 total pitches.The team as a whole had 10 hits and no errors in the field.Batesville vs. Connersville Baseball (4-10)Next game: vs. Rushville – Monday 4/14Season Record: 1-0Submitted by Batesville Coach Alex Davis.
Viola “Toby” Brooks, 94, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, formerly of Aurora, IN and Connersville, IN, passed away Thursday, March 3, 2016.She was born Sunday, June 19, 1921 in Campbell County Kentucky, daughter of the late Oliver Webster and the late Rosa Bachman Webster.Viola enjoyed being a homemaker, and loved antiques.She enjoyed home decorating and camping in her younger years. Viola enjoyed having yard sales, and browsing yard sales.Surviving are nieces and nephews, Jackie Steele Wurth of Independence, Ky, Linda (David) Pitstick, Lonnie (Sally) Steele, Merle (Sarah) Steele, Robert Steele, Donna (Clay) Montang.She was preceded in death by her husband, James Leslie Brooks; sisters, Jessie Yelton, and Helen Steele; and brothers, Edwin Webster, and Albert Webster.Graveside Services will be held at 11:00 am Friday, March 18, 2016 at River View Cemetery.Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or American Cancer Society. Please call the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.
Still to be determined is when the regular season starts. Practices for all teams begin Aug. 24, with NYSPHSAA to vote in May on whether to allow teams to add a game to its schedule the first weekend of September without a scrimmage.Either way, the regular season follows, leading to possible playoff openers Oct. 30-31, sectional semifinals a week later and the sectional title games Nov. 13 and 15 at the refurbished Carrier Dome.Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium hosts the regional finals Nov. 19-20. Now the state semifinals are on Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 27-28, with the state finals at the Dome on Dec. 4 and 5.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Thus, the Lakers are in the C-1 division with defending sectional champion Lowville, General Brown, Hannibal, Holland Patent, Jordan-Elbridge, Mount Markham and Southern Hills.The C-2 division is where Solvay and Bishop Ludden went, joining Skaneateles (who won a state title in Class C in 2017), Canastota, Clinton, Little Falls, Sherburne-Earlville (who played eight-man football in 2019) and Westmoreland/Oriskany.Cazenovia leaves behind a Class B East division that still has Chittenango, Camden, Oneida, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill, Central Valley Academy and New Hartford, while B West still has Cortland, Homer, Westhilll, Marcellus, South Jefferson and Institute of Technology Central. Tags: Cazenoviafootball After a long and successful run that included, in 2015, the first state championship in program history, the Cazenovia football team is leaving the Class B ranks to go into Class C next fall.A massive realignment of Section III football at all levels was finalized earlier this week, reflecting changes in both school enrollment and the way the New York State Public High School Athletic Association classifies those schools for this sport.Cazenovia is one of the many schools moving from B to C, joined by reigning sectional champion Solvay and Bishop Ludden, the group now composed of 16 teams in two divisions based not on geography, but how they fared in recent seasons.
Atletico nearly gifted Bayern an equaliser immediately as Jose Maria Gimenez’s miscued clearance pinballed around the area before the Uruguayan atoned for his initial error by clearing off the line.Bayern were dominant in possession, but struggled to create clear-cut chances against an Atletico side that now hasn’t conceded at home in their last seven Champions League knockout ties.Alaba shot wide from distance, while Douglas Costa’s free-kick nearly caught out Jan Oblak at his near post.Yet, it was Atletico who squandered a big chance to make it 2-0 before the break when Antoine Griezmann’s shot from a narrow angle was turned behind by Neuer.Wonder strikeBayern were completely dominant after the break as Atletico tired and dropped deeper towards their own goal.Alaba smashed a wonder strike off the underside of the bar from fully 35 yards before Javi Martinez’s powerful header from Costa’s corner was gratefully grasped by Oblak low to his right.Guardiola had controversially left Thomas Mueller on the bench despite his 31 goals in all competitions this season.The future Manchester City boss eventually called upon the German World Cup winner and Franck Ribery in search of a vital away goal.Costa came close again seconds after Mueller’s arrival as his attempted lob over Oblak dipped just over the bar.Oblak was called into action again to parry an Arturo Vidal piledriver from distance.Yet, once more Atletico had the best chance to put the tie beyond the German champions in the final stages as Torres hit the post from Griezmann’s fine through ball and Neuer saved Koke’s follow-up effort.Oblak made simple saves from Mehdi Benatia and Vidal in stoppage time as Atletico held out to record their 33rd clean sheet of the season.kca/as© 1994-2016 Agence France-PresseShare on: WhatsApp Madrid, Spain | AFP |A sensational solo effort from Saul Niguez handed Atletico Madrid a precious 1-0 advantage over Bayern Munich from the first leg of their Champions League semi-final at the Vicente Calderon on Wednesday.The Spanish under-21 international skipped past four Bayern players before firing into the far corner to give Atletico the perfect start after 11 minutes. Bayern dominated for long spells thereafter, but the closest they came to a vital away goal was a thunderous long-range effort from David Alaba that came back off the crossbar.Atletico will travel to Bavaria for the return next Tuesday looking to complete the job to reach their second final in three years and exact revenge for their defeat to Bayern in the 1974 final.“It is a fantastic victory, it is a great day for Atletico fans,” Fernando Torres told BeIN Sports Spain.“We have played the first half of the tie with the result in our favour and now we have to think about what is to come.”Bayern lost the first legs of their semi-finals in the previous two seasons to Real Madrid and Barcelona on their way out of the competition and captain Philipp Lahm lamented their inability to score an away goal in Spain.“We didn’t think we’d have so many chances to score in the second half as we did, but we didn’t use them,” Lahm told ZDF.“You have to use them in games like this, but we still have 90 minutes to come with the fans behind us to try and turn the game around.”Bayern couldn’t have made a worse start once more in the Spanish capital as, roared on by a vociferous support, Atletico flew out of the blocks early on.Niguez had already had a long-range effort saved by Manuel Neuer before he opened the scoring in stunning style.The 21-year-old picked the ball up near halfway and skipped past four half-hearted Bayern challenges before curling a left-footed shot in off the inside of the far post.
Tags: Boys, German Open, Girls, St Leon Rot 29 May 2018 Seven youngsters off to Germany Seven players will represent England in the German boys’ and girls’ open, which starts on Thursday at St Leon Rot.The four boys are: Barclay Brown (Hallamshire, Yorkshire), Enrique Dimayuga (Walton Heath, Surrey), Matthew Freeman (Notts, Nottinghamshire) and Max Hopkins (Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire).The girls are Caitlin Whitehead (Carus Green, Cumbria), Mimi Rhodes (Burnham & Berrow, Somerset) and Thalia Kirby (Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire).All the players are members of the England Golf boys’ and girls’ squads.The championships are played over 54 holes and end on 2 June.Image: Barclay Brown (copyright Leaderboard Photography).
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Qadree Ollison looked at the line of scrimmage, looked at the Virginia Tech end zone 97 long yards away and turned to good friend and fellow Pittsburgh running back Darrin Hall.“I asked him if he thought I could run that far and he was like, ‘I don’t know,’” Ollison said with a laugh.The answer unfolded over 17 seconds that began with textbook blocking at the snap, included a vicious stiff-arm at midfield and ended with Ollison flipping across the goal line to finish off the longest offensive play in the program’s 114-year history to provide a giddy exclamation point as the Panthers took a massive step toward their first ACC Coastal Division title with a dominant 52-22 victory over the reeling Hokies on Saturday. Pittsburgh running backs Darrin Hall (22) and Qadree Ollison celebrate after Hall scored a touchdown against Virginia Tech in the third quarter of an NCAA football game, Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, in Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh won 52-22.(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic) ACC Digital Network✔@theACCDN 46 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy 2017:15 PM – Nov 10, 2018 BEAST MODE ACTIVATED Qadree Ollison is taking names from one endzone to the other!#H2P (@Pitt_FB, @QOllison) #Hail2Hall ? yards. SEE YA #H2P (@Pitt_FB, @D_Halll) 1,4656:43 PM – Nov 10, 2018 ACC Digital Network✔@theACCDN 484 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy “It was perfect,” Ollison said after finishing with 235 yards and three touchdowns. “It parted like the Red Sea and as a running back it’s my job to make a guy miss. It’s my job to run a guy over, not let one guy tackle you and after (breaking free), I did.”Yet it’s what happened in the immediate aftermath that the Panthers believe speaks volumes about their team and the bond Ollison and Hall have formed over the last four years while taking turns atop the depth chart. Ollison’s record-breaking sprint broke the previous record of 92 yards set by Hall set last season against Duke. And Hall couldn’t have been happier.“I’m glad he got it,” said Hall after running for 186 yards and a touchdown of his own on Senior Day. “It’s a blessing because he deserves it for everything he’s done for this university.” The Panthers (6-4, 5-1 ACC) rolled up a school-record 654 total yards, 492 coming on the ground, the second-most ever given up by the Hokies (4-5, 3-3).“Obviously, we had trouble and they ran the ball awfully well,” Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente said. “Kind of a weird deal … we didn’t play as well as we would’ve liked to.”Ryan Willis threw for 231 yards and three touchdowns for the Hokies (4-5, 3-3), two of them to Eric Kumah, but Virginia Tech’s defense offered little resistance. A season that began with such promise now finds the Hokies needing to win each of their final two games if they want to extend their bowl streak to 26 seasons.“It’s not foremost in my mind,” Fuente said. “I’ve got plenty of other things to worry about right now.”Pitt’s concerns are far different. The team that found itself floundering at 2-3 at the end of September after getting blown out by Central Florida now needs to win just one of its final two games to earn a trip to the ACC title game on the first Saturday in December.“I know everyone wanted to jump ship after that (UCF) game but there was no doubt in my mind,” Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett said. “We showed it with our play and how confident we are in each other.”Despite the stakes, the Panthers insisted they were focused on avenging a 20-14 loss at Virginia Tech last November. Pitt had four chances from just outside the goal line in the final seconds to pull out the victory at Lane Stadium only to get stopped short, a setback that ultimately prevented the Panthers from earning a bowl bid.Still, Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi said he wasn’t worried about his team’s ability to deliver if put in a similar spot, and the Panthers spent four quarters putting on a clinic. Hall and Ollison spent most of the afternoon roaring through gaping holes and responding in the second half whenever Virginia Tech attempted to get back in it.“Whatever we wanted, we got,” Pickett said. “So it was a good day.”THE TAKEAWAYVirginia Tech: The Hokies don’t appear interested in tackling anybody. Defensive coordinator Bud Foster hoped his young group would have learned after getting run over in losses to Georgia Tech and Boston College. Instead it was more of the same. Pitt’s offensive line bullied Virginia Tech on a day the Panthers averaged 13.9 yards per play.Pitt: The Panthers have developed a hard-earned reputation for stumbling when given an opportunity to produce a true breakthrough moment. It looked like the latest edition of “Pitt-ing” might come in the second quarter when Pickett fumbled going into the end zone, Virginia Tech recovered for a touchback and then went down and scored to draw within 17-7. This time, however, the Panthers didn’t panic. Pickett directed two touchdown drives before the end of the first half to put the Panthers up 31-7 at the break. The Hokies never drew closer than 16 the rest of the way.UP NEXTVirginia Tech: Welcomes Miami to Lane Stadium next Saturday.Pitt: Travels to Wake Forest next Saturday in the first meeting between the two schools since Pitt joined the ACC in 2013.___More AP college football: https://apnews.com/Collegefootball and https://twitter.com/AP_Top25