One injured in early morning stabbing, police searching for suspect

first_img WhatsApp Google+ IndianaLocalNews One injured in early morning stabbing, police searching for suspect Twitter Previous articleAlzheimer’s Walk in September planned without a group eventNext articleU.S. Postal Service initiates new Election Mail website Brooklyne Beatty By Brooklyne Beatty – August 24, 2020 0 505 WhatsApp Facebookcenter_img Police are investigating after an early morning stabbing in Mishawaka.Officers were called to the Hickory Village Apartments on Hickory Road around 6:30 Monday morning on reports of a stabbing.ABC 57 News reports a woman was taken to the hospital with stab wounds, but her condition has not been released.No suspect information has been provided at this time. Google+ Twitter Facebook Pinterest Pinterest TAGSHickory Roadhickory village apartmentsIndianainjuredMishawakastab woundsstabbingsuspect last_img read more

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Pastor and radio host arrested for sexual battery on child

first_imgOfficials in Winter Park, Florida are reporting that they have arrested a pastor who also host a popular Christian radio show, for sexual battery on a child.59-year-old Bryan Fulwider was arrested on Wednesday after an investigation into the alleged assault that was said to have occurred repeatedly over a five year period.According to the accuser, the assaults occurred between 2005 and 2010, when Fulwider was the senior minister at the First Congregational Church of Winter Park.Fulwider and his attorney have denied the allegations.He is currently being held without bail and  faces 30 counts of sexual battery of a person younger than 18 by a person in position of custodial authority.last_img read more

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Oh brother! Lancashire team trebles up

first_img29 Nov 2017 Oh brother! Lancashire team trebles up Tags: Lancashire, U18 The Lancashire boys’ team played happy families in their final U18 match of the season – with three brothers in the side.The Holland brothers are all members at Southport and Ainsdale Golf Club with eldest James, 18, who has a handicap of 0.3, making his final junior appearance in the match against the Lancashire girls’ team.He was joined in the line-up by George, 15, who plays off -0.3, and Charles, who is 13 and is already down to 4.6.The match marked the first occasion the three brothers had played for Lancashire at the same time. James and George have been a regular fixture in the U18 Boys’ ranks this season, but Charles made his Lancashire debut in the mixed age contest against Yorkshire at Burnley, when he won his singles match.What’s more, there are more Holland brothers waiting in the wings, with Harry 10, and seven-year-old Jude, having also taken up the sport.Lancashire Boys’ Chairman Neil Dalton said: “It was great to see three brothers so proudly representing the county together – something nobody could remember having happened before. They are a lovely family – the lads are all very grounded and very hard-working.”He added: “The U18 boys’ season has seen some excellent performances and there are some exciting young players coming through the ranks thanks to the hard work going on at clubs across the county, with the support of the Lancashire Union.”While the appearance of the three brothers had county officials searching the record books to see if it had ever happened before, it was the Lancashire girls’ team who had the last laugh with an 8½-3½ victory over the tight and testing Formby Ladies’ course.Caption: Lancashire boys’ team players Charles, James and George Holland (back row from left), with younger brothers Harry and Jude.last_img read more

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Leafs deal for offence after acquiring Michael Rand from Bruins

first_imgHowever, the Leafs share the penthouse with the surging Beaver Valley Nitehawks after the defending KIJHL champs moved into a tie for the lead by edging Spokane Braves 2-1 at home Tuesday.Beaver Valley has a game in hand on Nelson heading into the weekend and will make up the contest December 29 when the Hawks complete a home-and-home series against Castlegar.Game one of the set goes Friday in the Sunflower City.For Nelson, the team has Grand Forks at home Friday before getting some much-needed rest.“We’re running two lines through all these games and everyone is getting tired,” said Leaf captain Aaron Dunlap.“As soon as the guys get back (from injuries) we’re going to be pretty hard to play against.”But Dunlap said the Leafs are not looking to far ahead to the holiday break.The team has a little unfinished business before enjoying some time away from the rink.“Grand Forks Friday has got to be a win going into the Christmas break,” Dunlap said.“And then those two against Beaver Valley when we come back are huge as well. But at least by that time we should have a couple more guys back from injury to help us out on the ice.”Leafs own BruinsThe Nelson Leafs meet the Grand Forks Border Bruins for the sixth time this season Friday at the NDCC Arena.Nelson is unbeaten against the Bruins in five games this season, out scoring Grand Forks 31-13.Grand Forks has lost 14 straight games dating back to a November 7 4-0 home-ice win over Columbia Valley.During that time Grand Forks has been out scored by a 74-25 margin. It’s a deal that has been in the works, from Nelson’s perspective, for at least . . . well, a very long time.Last week pen was put to paper as the Nelson Leafs acquired sniper Michael Rand from the Grand Forks Border Bruins for cash and future considerations.Rand joined the team this week and, ironically, plays his first game in the Green and White against his former teammates in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Friday at the NDCC Arena.“We think so, offensively, for sure,” said Leaf coach Dave McLellan when asked if the 6-foot, 170-pound forward from Langley is the answer to some of Nelson’s scoring woes.“(Michael) has been out for a while since he asked for a trade. But he’s a big body who can skate.“He’s a guy who can shoot the puck and that what we’re looking for. We wanted someone up front who could put the puck in the net.”The trade couldn’t have come at a better time for the Leafs as the team struggles to just put bodies on the ice since a rash of injuries took more than just a few key players out of the lineup.However, McLellan confesses management is not done acquiring players to help the Leafs make a playoff push.“We’re still trying to acquire a defenceman . . . that’s been an ongoing project,” McLellan said.“We’ll see by January 10th what we can find.”“One more forward would be what our wish list would be but another defenceman is a real priority if the right player comes available by January 10th.”Can’t wait for Christmas (break)Despite losing three of its last for games, the Nelson Leafs remain in top spot in the Neil Murdoch Division.last_img read more

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Timeforarms wins Caymanas feature

first_img READY TO RUMBLE The seven-year-old horse, TIMEFORARMS, won the annual renewal of the Ren Gonzalves Memorial Cup overnight allowance feature over 2000 metres in decisive fashion at Caymanas Park yesterday. Installed a 2-1 second favourite with 3.0kg claiming apprentice Bebeto Harvey riding for trainer Fitzroy Glispie, TIMEFORARMS chased the leader KURI (45-1) from a long way out, engaged her on the inside leaving the half mile and eventually gained the ascendancy approaching the distance. At this stage, the 7-5 favourite ORIGINAL TRAIN moved into contention three-wide in mid-stretch, but TIMEFORARMS responded to a bustling ride from the apprentice to win by two and three-quarter lengths. Glispie who co-owns TIMEFORARMS with Gary G. Lee-Sin, said the bay horse by Twilight Time – Armsofanangel needed the run when finishing seventh to PUDDY POOH in a fast-run 1600 metres race on April 23 and he was confident of winning this time. “That was his first race since the rich Diamond Mile on December 5, and he was programmed to lift this trophy today. He has kept better company for most of last year and, now running from the convenient mark of 51.5kg by virtue of the apprentice claim, he was ready to rumble, especially going two turns,” said the former jockey. TIMEFORARMS has now won 11 races from 55 starts lifetime with total stakes of $6.7 million. Harvey and fellow apprentice Hakeem Pottinger shared the honours with two winners each on the 10-race programme. In addition to TIMEFORARMS, Harvey booted home 6-5 favourite PRINCE O’SHAUN for veteran trainer Noel Freeman in the fourth race over 1500 metres for $180,000 claimers. Pottinger, son of ex-jockey Mikey Pottinger, scored a shock win aboard the 99-1 outsider DIRECTOR DALEY for owner-trainer Lorenzo Robinson in the eighth race over 1300 metres for maiden three-year-old, the bay colt getting up in the nick of time to beat 1-1 favourite OK DUDE and MR LYNDHURST (6-1) in a blanket finish. Pottinger closed out his double with a narrow win aboard 6-1 shot TWO STEPS UP in the last race.last_img read more

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How do Warriors handle Giannis Antetokounmpo without Draymond Green?

first_imgOAKLAND – The Warriors forever marvel at Draymond Green’s physically imposing presence, his defensive smarts and positional versatility. The Warriors also admire how Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo uses his 6-foot-11, 242-pound frame to score, rebound and play nearly all five positions.The Warriors (10-1) would usually lean on Green to neutralize such a threat. But Green will sit out of Thursday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks (8-2) at Oracle Arena because of a sprained …last_img read more

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Early City Uncovered in Syria

first_imgA complex, stratified society with industry appears to have burst on the scene 4000 to 6000 years ago in northern Syria.  Science Daily reported, “The mound of Tell Zeidan in the Euphrates River Valley near Raqqa, Syria, which had not been built upon or excavated for 6,000 years, is revealing a society rich in trade, copper metallurgy and pottery production.”  They believe the site predates the invention of the wheel, but it shows remarkable complexity, with copper and obsidian production, the use of official seals, and hints of ideology, symbolic communication, and commerce across a broad region.    According to Gil Stein, the director of the Oriental Institute excavating the site, “This enigmatic period saw the first development of widespread irrigation, agriculture, centralized temples, powerful political leaders and the first emergence of social inequality as communities became divided into wealthy elites and poorer commoners.”    The article says, “Tell Zeidan dates from between 6000 and 4000 B.C., and immediately preceded the world’s first urban civilizations in the ancient Middle East.  It is one of the largest sites of the Ubaid culture in northern Mesopotamia.”Why is this called an enigmatic period?  It’s not enigmatic at all if you understand the Table of Nations and Biblical chronology after Babel.  People with complex culture and intelligence spread out and built cities rapidly – and the first were in the fertile crescent, just like this one.  Given how quickly we know humans can migrate, it’s no wonder that other societies sprung up far and wide soon after.  And how do they know these intelligent people did not have wheels?  Maybe they just didn’t find any yet.  Undoubtedly they are not expecting such early people to be that intelligent.    Evolutionists, by contrast, have a real challenge on their hands.  Civilization just burst on the scene only a few thousands years ago (the dating gets a little questionable back that far).  Yet they tell us that anatomically modern human beings, with fully developed brains and hands and upright posture and evidence of symbolic understanding and social behavior, the ability to organize their habitats, decorate themselves, cook with fire and even play music, lived a million to two million years before the first cities appeared.  Some of them even migrated all the way to Asia.  All they did was hunt and gather and hide out in caves for a time interval orders of magnitude more than all known human history, then bang!  Someone got the idea to plant seeds, and presto! instant cities appeared with irrigation, commerce, metallurgy and stratified society.  If that story makes any sense to you, you’re smoking a controlled substance.  The Bible’s history fits the facts of archaeology – just as the continuing evidence shows.  Breathe in some fresh air and evaluate the sober explanation.(Visited 11 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

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South Africa takes the G77 hotseat

first_img12 January 2015South Africa has assumed the chair of the largest coalition of developing countries in the UN, the Group of 77 (G77).The G77 provides the means for the countries of the south to articulate and promote their collective economic interests, and enhance their joint negotiating capacity on all major international economic and development issues in the UN’s system.The body also promotes south-south co-operation and strengthens economic and technical co-operation among developing countries themselves.Accepting the responsibility of chairing the G77, the deputy minister of international relations and co-operation (Dirco), Luwellyn Landers, thanked the members of the G77 for placing their trust and confidence in South Africa.Landers also paid a special tribute to Bolivian President Evo Morales Ayma, for Bolivia’s stewardship of the G77 and China during 2014.He said South Africa would “spare no effort in continuing Bolivia’s legacy by ensuring that we collectively enhance the development agenda of the south”.South Africa will chair the G77 during the 70th anniversary of the UN at a crucial juncture in the global community’s efforts to agree on the development priorities and goals needed to take the work of the Millennium Development Goals forward and to transform development beyond 2015.This year is also a critically important year for the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), as a new legal instrument that contains commitments for both developed and developing countries is expected to be adopted under the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action.During its term, South Africa will be responsible for negotiating and speaking on behalf of two-thirds of the UN membership on key development issues.“After 50 distinguished years, the G77 remains all the more relevant, specifically at this important juncture when the international community is considering our collective development aspirations beyond 2015,” said Landers.SANewslast_img read more

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, April 19, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Rain continues today and we wont rule out a few thunderstorms . We expect .25″-1″ of additional rain. Much colder air works into the region today and holds into the start of the weekend tomorrow. This system brings the potential for some significant wrap around moisture too, and we will feel some of the effects of that tomorrow. additional showers and thunderstorms to move across Ohio tomorrow in that wrap around, bringing another .25″-1″ with 80% coverage. It will be breezy. Sunday should not feature any more precipitation, but clouds likely will persistent…and at best we think we turn out cloudy to partly sunny. The map at right shows storm system rain totals through Sunday morning. This includes what fell last night. Next week’s weather pattern has become a little more difficult to pinpoint. Models have diverged dramatically in their projections. The European model is trending much drier for the entire week. Meanwhile, the GFS (American) model keeps moisture around most of the week. Now, we HOPE that the European solution turns out to be right. However, we do not think that is the case. With all the moisture we picked up yesterday, the additional rain today and the wrap around moisture tomorrow…we think the atmosphere will be carrying plenty of moisture as the next troughs move through the eastern corn belt. The true answer for next week likely lies somewhere in-between the two model solutions. For today, we think we get a little bit of a break at least to start off the week on Monday morning and afternoon. Showers move into far northern Ohio at night.  Then Tuesday additional showers move through bringing .1″-.4″ with 80% For Wednesday ad Thursday, we expect additional scattered showers, with 90% coverage Wednesday, but only spotty action Thursday. rain totals can be up to .6″.  Finally, we should start to dry down next Friday. Models are in good agreement on a nice, dry set of days next weekend, Saturday and Sunday. For the extended period, the pattern picks up in intensity and frequency of precipitation. Clouds increase Monday the 29th with rains from late afternoon and evening through the overnight. Those totals come to .25”-.75” with 100% coverage. A bit of dry weather in for Tuesday the 30th, then showers start off the month of May on the 1st, with a chance of .1”-.3” and 80% coverage. A stronger system comes through the region over a 3 day period to finish the 16 day forecast window, form the 2nd through the 4th. This system will bring half to 2” and 90% coverage. So, the “make it or break it” part of this forecast comes down to next week. If we get the atmosphere to gravitate closer to the European thoughts, that may give large parts of the state a dry period of up to 5 days back to back. However, if we don’t see that, we probably only end up with no more than 2-3 days consecutive with no rain. Temps continue to look normal over the long haul, with a colder push nearby today and tomorrow, and then again, another cold push May 2nd and 3rd.last_img read more

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Meet Titstare, The Low Point For This Year’s TechCrunch Hackathon

first_imgIn news that’s not at all surprising, yet another tech event was disrupted by a sexist joke. “Titstare” was the first presentation of the TechCrunch Disrupt 2013 hackathon. Created by Australians Jethro Batts and David Boulton, the joke app is based on the “science” of how sneaking a peek at cleavage helps men live healthier lives. Their inappropriate, pun-filled presentation led to an almost immediate apology from TechCrunch editors Alexia Tsotsis and Eric Eldon. “You expect more from us, and we expect more from ourselves. We are sorry,” they wrote.The tech industry is supposed to be a meritocracy, and in some ways the weekend hackathon proved that to be true. Even a 9-year-old, Alexandra Jordan, took to the stage to present her own app, Super Fun Kid Time, which schedules playdates for kids. It’s refreshing, and a bit sad, to see Jordan acting far more grown up in her presentation than her adult male peers.But the opening salvo cast an ugly shadow over the event, reminding attendees that, just like at PyCon and other technology conferences, “brogrammer” culture is still the norm.Perhaps most disconcerting is the fact that Batts and Boulton presented immediately before Adria Richards, a programmer who rose to the national spotlight after she witnessed sexist jokes at PyCon 2013. Her gall to disapprove of the offensive jokes earned her death threats. Of course, 9-year-old Jordan was also witness to the presentation as she waited to present her own app, much to the chagrin of her father, Richard Jordan. Eventually, Batts and Boulton themselves issued an apology on Twitter.Batts and Boulton probably assumed that their app would entertain a typical “brogrammer” audience where women and their bodies are nothing more than punchlines. But if they’d looked around, they would have noticed they were sharing the stage with women of all ages. It’s 2013, and the assumption of technology as a male space needs to change. The participants already have.Screenshot via TechCrunch Disrupt 2013 Hackathon Related Posts Tags:#developers#gender issues#sexism Why You Love Online Quizzes How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees?center_img lauren orsini 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img read more

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