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Governor Wolf Encourages Employers, Individuals to Participate in Moment of Silence for Pittsburgh Shooting Victims November 08, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Hate Crime, Press Release, PSA, Public Safety Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf is encouraging employers and individuals across the commonwealth to participate in one minute of silence at noon on Friday to call for peace and to honor the 11 victims of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh.“As you take a moment to remember the 11 victims of this heinous crime, I ask that you also reflect on our common humanity,” said Gov. Wolf. “We must never forget this tragic event as we begin moving forward and continue working toward a more peaceful society. I encourage all Pennsylvania employers and individuals to join people worldwide in standing against hate and remembering those who lost their lives.”Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto will lead the worldwide moment of silence during a public event at noon Friday in Point State Park. Gov. Wolf asks citizens throughout Pennsylvania to cease activities and observe the minute from wherever they may be at noon Friday.
The suspect was detained in thecustodial facility of the Isabela municipal police station, facing charges./PN BACOLOD City – The court recommended nobail bond for the temporary liberty of a murder suspect arrested in Barangay 4,Isabela, Negros Occidental. The 56-year-old Pablo Talanas Jr. ofBarangay Elihan, Cauayan was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant around8:30 a.m. on March 13, a police report showed. Officers of the municipal police stationserved the warrant issued by Judge Cyclamen Jison-Fernandez of the RegionalTrial Court Branch 63 in La Carlota City dated Oct. 23, 2019.
INDIANAPOLIS – The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to decide whether it will address the pending legal issue of same-sex marriage in Indiana.The justices are asked to consider state bans on gay marriage that have been overturned by federal appeals courts in several states. A ruling one way or the other would impact states across the nation, including Indiana.Experts say it could be months before the high court decides whether it will hear the cases or not.
A longtime resident of Osgood, Indiana, Marcella Reynolds, passed away Sunday, June 12, 2016 at the Morning Breeze in Greensburg, Indiana. She was the daughter of the late Clarence W. and Laura E. Lane Hess. She married Edward Lee Reynolds June 22, 1946 and they were blessed with three children. Along with raising her family, she had worked nine years at the US Shoe Company of Osgood and later worked in the cafeteria at the Southeastern Indiana Career Center, of Versailles, Indiana. Although small in stature, she had a strong and forceful personality! You always knew where you stood with her! She will be sadly missed by her family, friends and a very special “Little Visitor” !SURVIVORS:Sons: James Edward Reynolds of Osgood and Ronald (Kathy) Reynolds of GreensburgDaughter: Brenda (Hubert) Tunny of GreensburgSister: Wanda McCormick of TNGrandchildren, Great Grandchildren and Great Great Grandchildren survive.VISITATION: Tuesday, June 14, 2016/ 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m./ Neal’sFUNERAL: Wednesday, June 15, 2016 / 11:00 a.m./ Neal’s/ doors open at 9:00 a.m.BURIAL: Tanglewood Cemetery of Versailles, IndianaMEMORIALS: Tanglewood Cemetery of Osgood Fire Departmentwww.nealsfuneralhome.net
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William “Wyatt” Preston Yelton, 21, AKA “Ol’ Son” of “Kyle (Cow) Town” Manchester, Indiana, passed away Thursday May 23, 2019.He was born May 14, 1998 in Lawrenceburg, IN, son of Edwin Yelton and Rebecca Jackson.He was a member of St. John Lutheran Church, Lawrenceburg, Indiana and the Aurora Eagles.Wyatt, also known throughout high school years as “Farmer Yelton” graduated from South Dearborn High School in 2017. He went to work during his high school years and immediately after for Klump Trucking and Excavating. He later became a member of the Labor Union #265 and was employed by RLA Utilities. Wyatt was mechanically inclined. He loved working on equipment and on the farm. His passion was operating heavy equipment. Wyatt loved to hunt and fish. He loved his dog, “Griz”. He was a jokester and had a great sense of humor. His famous line was “Bet”. He was affectionately known as “Ol’ Son”. Wyatt was always happy, and he was loved by everyone, teachers, friends, family and co-workers alike.Wyatt is survived by his father, Edwin “Ed” (Kim) Yelton; mother, Rebecca (Dave) Jackson; siblings, Anthony Yelton, Elizabeth Yelton; niece, Ava Yelton; girlfriend, Cam Gutapfel; grandparents, Wess & Mary Booker; great-grandmother, Hilda Klump; many aunts, uncles and cousins, step-brother, Beau Jackson; step-sister, Sami Corbin.He was preceded in death by grandparents, W.F. & Lena (Dude) Yelton, Bob Bryant, and Nancy Haffenbridle.Friends will be received Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the First Baptist Church of Aurora, 6060 Blair Road, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the church Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 11:00 am with Pastor Matthew Voyer, STS officiating.Interment will follow in the Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Funeral Home. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
The former Foxes striker is available after leaving Newcastle Jets in the Australian A-League. Nigel Pearson’s side have not scored in 500 minutes and have slipped into the bottom three of the Barclays Premier League. Press Association Emile Heskey has revealed he would be keen on a Leicester comeback to help ease their goal woes. Heskey made his name with Leicester, winning the League Cup twice, before making an £11million move to Liverpool in 2000. He already has an ambassadorial role with the club but would rejoin the strugglers as a player if they asked. “It goes without saying, I’d love to come,” said Heskey, who scored 46 goals in 198 appearances for Leicester. “It is a great club that allowed me to get to the platform that I got to. “I was an England international when I was with Leicester so that was a great achievement.” The Foxes go to fellow strugglers QPR on Saturday winless in their last seven games and former England international Heskey, 36, insisted they can turn their form around. “They have got a decent squad there, they just need that little pick me up, a little confidence,” he told BBC Radio Leicester. “It could be anything, just a spark to get going on a run to get out of it.”
New Delhi: Marcus Harris and Aaron Finch stitched a fifty-plus opening stand on a green, pacy wicket in the Perth Test against India on Friday, giving the Australian cricket team plenty to cheer in what has been an abysmal 2018 for them. The partnership went past fifty when Harris, playing in only his second Test, cut Umesh Yadav to the deep backward point fence as Australia registered a fifty-plus opening wicket stand for only the sixth time in eight Tests. Ever since the departure of David Warner due to the ball-tampering scandal in the Cape Town Test, Australia have managed just two fifty-plus stands in four Tests.In eight Tests in 2018, Australia has stitched four fifty stands and one century stand for the opening wicket. Cameron Bancroft, who was also banned for nine months for his role in the scandal, shared a 56-run stand for the opening wicket against South Africa in the Durban Test which ultimately became Australia’s last win. In the Port Elizabeth Test, Bancroft and Warner shared a 98-run stand but the Aussies lost the Test thanks to a 10-wicket haul from Kagiso Rabada.Read More | India vs Australia 2nd Test live score: Hosts start steadyIn the scandal-tainted Cape Town Test, Bancroft and Warner did share a 57-run stand for the opening wicket at a time when the ball-tampering furor had reached fever pitch. Following the bans on Bancroft, Warner and Steve Smith, Joe Burns and Matt Renshaw became the new opening pair in the Johannesburg Test but they failed as Australia lost the match by 492 runs.Read More | Get more excited than nervous seeing green pitches: Virat KohliIn the Dubai Test, Australia finally hit their straps when the new opening pair of Finch and Usman Khawaja stole the show with solid stands in the Dubai Test against Pakistan. In the first innings, they shared Australia’s only century opening stand when they smashed a 142-run opening stand. In the second innings, they followed it up with a gritty 87-run partnership as Australia registered a thrilling draw.In Adelaide, Finch was out in the first over to Ishant Sharma for 0 while in the second innings, he fell for 11. Harris looked solid but was out for 26 in both innings as Australia lost the Test by 31 runs. Tim Paine’s side would be hoping to win a series trailing 0-1 at home for the first time since 1968/69, when they won the series 3-1 against West Indies after losing the first game. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
… Hetmyer, Rutherford say both teams have much to proveBy Clifton RossON the eve of Guyana’s 50th anniversary (Golden) Republic T20 Bash celebrations, captains Sherfane Rutherford and Shimron Hetmyer said both units were pumped up for tonight’s epic battle which bowls off under lights at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence. The final press conference, ahead of the celebratory T20 event held yesterday at the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) head office, Regent Street; featured the respective captains of the Rutherford Renegades and Hetmyer Hurricanes.Also present was GCB secretary Anand Sanasie, Ministry of Social Cohesion/Sport event coordinator Andrew Tyndall and representatives of the two softball teams who will play in the opening game – Ravi Bharat skipper of Ariel Speedboat XI and Parmanand Persaud, manager of the Champs Regal XI.Decked out in their specially customised uniform T-shirts, the pair of young West Indies players admitted that the occasion was too epic for either of the talent-laden sides not to bring out their A-game. Rutherford, the hard-hitting Windies T20 all-rounder, thanked the GCB for allowing him to be such a significant part of the match.“I want to thank the GCB for allowing me to help celebrate this special 50th anniversary occasion. I’m very excited and I just want us to play some good cricket and have fun; because the guys have a lot to prove tonight,” he said.His friend and teammate but opponent for tonight, Hetmyer said representing Guyana in such a capacity is a true honour.The stylish West Indies left-hander will be one of the biggest draws given his immense talent and international buzz as a T20 mega-star. “It’s a pleasure to be a part of the anniversary celebrations. I’m looking to enjoy the match and represent my country because it’s a special way to commemorate the anniversary. We will try to play some good cricket and may the best team win,” ended Hetmyer. The softball opening match which bowls off at 14:00hrs will serve as an appetiser for the main bout which bowls off at 18:00hrs and both Bharat and Persaud were excited to be involved in such a monumental tournament. The pair, on behalf of their teams thanked the GCB and Government of Guyana for allowing them to showcase their talents at the National stadium among the big stars – as Guyana begins her Jubilee celebrations.On behalf of the Government, Tyndall said the first event which came to mind was cricket. He explained that the government recognised over the years that cricket unifies us and for the celebrations they want to help spread continued unity among Guyanese. Tyndall also thanked additional tournament sponsors Caribbean Airlines, who covered the travel cost for the 2 overseas players; Rayad Emrit and Lendl Simmons. Sanasie closed by thanking all the sponsors, players and Government through the Ministry especially, for teaming up with the GCB to help bring Guyanese closer together through cricket.He closed by confirming that replica team T20 Bash shirts will be on sale at the GCB office and at the stadium.Winners of the main event between Rutherford and Hetmyer’s respective teams will pocket $1M. The winners of the softball match will walk away with $200 000.Also, lucky fans will win prizes through the day, with gates opening at 13:00hrs.Tickets to the stadium are $2 000 for any stand and can be purchased also at the GCB head office.