When frisked,Jaro yielded 10 more sachets of suspected illegal drugs valued at aroundP20,000. Jaro was nabbedafter he sold a sachet of suspected shabu to an undercover officer for P2,000,it added. ILOILO City –Police arrested a suspected drug pusher in a buy-bust operation in BarangayHibao-an, Mnadurriao district. Hernani Jaro ofBarangay Pandac, Pavia, Iloilo was arrested around 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 11, apolice report showed. The suspect wasdetained in the lockup cell of the Mandurriao police station, facing charges for violation of Republic Act9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PN
Nancy Lee Cory, age 85, departed this life on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at her residence in Batesville. Nan was born in Rhinelander, Wisconsin on May 19, 1931, to Jack and Rimah (Brandenburg) Cory. She spent her early years in Rhinelander where her father was the editor of the Rhinelander Daily News. That northern Wisconsin lifestyle undoubtedly led to her lifelong love for the outdoors, fishing and animals – she was never without a dog and usually had a cat or two thrown in for good measure.Nan attended junior high and high school in Columbus, Indiana. After high school she took a factory job for one year to earn money for college. She entered Indiana University in the fall of 1951, graduating in 1955 with a B.S. in Physical Education, Health and Recreation. She taught physical education at Connersville High School for eleven years. After receiving her master’s degree in guidance and counseling at Miami University she was hired as a guidance counselor at Union County High School in Liberty, Indiana in 1966. She served in that position for 27 years, retiring in 1993 as the Director of Guidance Counseling. Nan lived in Brookville for nearly all 38 years of her teaching. Throughout Nan’s life, one of her greatest delights was hearing from former students. She moved to Batesville in 2005. Nan wasn’t much of a cook, but she managed to convert that deficiency into a positive by turning her restaurant visits into opportunities to socialize. Always upbeat, she loved to chat with the staffs of area dining establishments and learn about their families, pets and children. Nan was a longtime member of Tri-Kappa and the Daughters of the American Revolution. She also enjoyed her membership in the Ripley County Retired Teachers Association. Survivors include an uncle, Elmer Hoehn of Jeffersonville, Indiana and cousins Pat Hoehn, also of Jeffersonville, and Kathy (David) Gilmore of Houston, Texas. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by long-time companion Virginia “Ginny” Krause. Friends may visit with the family on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home, 929 Main Street, Brookville. The Memorial service, officiated by Pastor Curtis Bond, will begin at 7 p.m. Memorial donations may be directed to the Franklin or Ripley County Humane Societies or to The Batesville Area Food Pantry. To sign the online guestbook or to leave a personal condolence please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home and its staff are honored to care for the family of Nancy Cory.
Boss Sean Dyche insisted he was never worried about Burnley’s lack of goals after they ended their record drought. Jeff Schlupp and Riyad Mahrez twice put Leicester in front but the visitors battled back and Dyche insisted the goals would always come. He said “A lot was made of it. I know we’re creating chances but the rest of it is opinion. I thought we made a lot of good chances and it’s about the quality of chance. We want chances which are really open but we are making nearly chances. “It’s been coming and it was a moment of real talent from Ross and the first was a fantastic little clip from Scott Arfield to Lukas (Jutkiewicz) and Kites is on the spot. It was a really good move and it’s important we find that within our play.” It was a deserved point for the Clarets as they improved after last week’s 4-0 defeat at West Brom to move off the bottom on goal difference. “I was really pleased with the performance, me speaking about it wouldn’t be different if we’d lost, but the point adds a bit of gloss to it,” added Dyche. “We deserved a point. Whatever happens you have to move forward. I felt we were dominant.” But Leicester boss Nigel Pearson revealed his frustration after admitting he was annoyed at the Foxes’ failure to hang on at the King Power Stadium. Wallace struck deep into seven minutes of injury time to deny the hosts a second home win of the season. Michael Kightly scored the Clarets’ first goal in 10 hours and 55 minutes of action, setting a new club record by four minutes. Ross Wallace’s stoppage-time free kick salvaged a 2-2 draw as Burnley lifted themselves off the bottom of the Barclays Premier League. He said: “I’m annoyed today, we should win the game. We’re better than we were last season and I don’t think they are as good as they were on today’s performance but what they do have is spirit. “It’s disappointing to drop two points because whatever the circumstances are we should have won the game. I don’t think they caused us too many problems. “It was scrappy game, they didn’t come here to play any fluid football, they came to be difficult to beat. We didn’t do enough with the ball but we still looked comfortable. “It felt like a Championship game, there was not a great deal of fluidity to it.” Press Association
According to Team Manager of the club, Yinka Ajayi, two novelty games have been put in place to honour the club president.“We want to appreciate the chairman for his consistent support, love and passion for the club.“He’s the best man to be in charge of this great club and we have arranged two games for him,” he noted.The first game will be between the club officials and Ijebu-Ode all stars team which the chairman will feature and the second game will be between the Under-19 team and Ebiede FC of Sagamu.“I also want to use this opportunity to invite the general public to this event as we celebrate a great man who has impacted so much in the lives of Nigerians”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Remo Stars Football Club is set to celebrate the golden jubilee anniversary of the club’s Chairman, Mr Kunle Soname, today at the Dipo-Dina Stadium Ijebu-Ode.The business tycoon who has been running the club since 2010 is to clock 50 years tomorrow and officials of the Nigeria National League side have indicated their plans to honor the sole proprietor of the club.
DAZN has announced its lineup of hosts for its upcoming nightly MLB show “ChangeUp,” a live whiparound program that will debut at a special time, 1 p.m., on Opening Day, March 28.Joining hosts Adnan Virk and Scott Rogowsky on the weeknight edition, which will air Monday to Friday from 7 p.m. ET until the final pitch of the evening, will be Lauren Gardner, Tony Luftman and Alfredo “Freddy” Lomeli. DAZN’s programming is accessible on most connected devices including smart TVs, smartphones, tablets and game consoles. Outside the U.S., DAZN subscribers can watch games and original programming from the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, EPL and UEFA Champions League, among others, depending on the locale. The sports streaming service offers MLB Network on the platform in Canada. DAZN is part of DAZN Group, parent company of Sporting News. Anchoring the weekend edition of “ChangeUp,” which will air Saturdays and Sundays from 10 p.m. to midnight ET, will be Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman, the social media duo known as Cespedes Family BBQ.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN”ChangeUp” will also feature appearances from MLB Network analysts, including Eric Byrnes, Cliff Floyd, Carlos Pena, Harold Reynolds and Hall of Famer John Smoltz. “ChangeUp” will be co-produced by MLB and DAZN at MLB Network’s studios in Secaucus, N.J.”We have assembled a talent lineup for ‘ChangeUp’ that provides us with the perfect blend of unique personalities and perspectives,” said Logan Swaim, “ChangeUp” executive producer. “Adnan Virk is one of the most respected broadcasters in baseball and gives us that natural leader in the clubhouse while Scott Rogowsky has a knack for injecting humor into his hosting and analysis. In Lauren, Tony and Freddy, we have found three hosts from different areas of the sports world who can provide insight from their wealth of experience to creatively guide our weeknight program into the later innings.”Jake and Jordan are this perfect storm of two best friends who understand what baseball’s young audience wants from a nightly baseball show, and their passion for the game will be on full display while leading our weekend edition. It’s an honor to have assembled this talented team for ‘ChangeUp’ and we are excited to get the season underway.”Lauren Gardner joins DAZN from Altitude Sports Network in Denver, where she has been an on-air reporter for the Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets for the past three years. She is also the host of the nationally syndicated program “Fantasy Football Hour.” Earlier in her career, Gardner served as an in-stadium host for the Colorado Rockies for two seasons and worked for CBS Sports Network. Tony Luftman spent the past four seasons with NHL Network, where he has appeared across various programming including the network’s flagship live daily show, “NHL Tonight.” Prior to joining NHL Network, Luftman covered MLB, the NBA, the NFL, MMA and college sports as a member of CBS Sports Network.• Meet DAZN, the first dedicated live sports streaming service• What sports are live-streamed on DAZN?• How much does DAZN’s live sports streaming service cost?Freddy Lomeli is a senior international reporter at ESPN, where he hosts a weekend NBA show for Latin America, “NBA Esta Noche; Ball Or Nothin’,” a pop-culture basketball show for ESPN Australia/New Zealand, and “SportsCenter” on Snapchat. Over the past two seasons, he has covered the 2017 World Series and the 2018 Little League World Series for ESPN Deportes. He is one of the few ESPN broadcasters working in both English and Spanish.Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman are best known by their moniker Cespedes Family BBQ, which is one of the most popular Twitter accounts covering MLB. The two friends have risen in popularity producing content with MLB Network, MLB.com and Cut4, including behind-the-scenes and engaging activities with players, prospects and many others around the game.Mintz and Shusterman will host the weekend edition of “ChangeUp,” which will provide live look-ins to any games in progress while recapping all of the action from the day.”ChangeUp” is a seven-day-a-week MLB series that will deliver every big play, every single day. The show will whip around live MLB games to showcase the most crucial plays, with instant analysis.In November 2018, Major League Baseball and DAZN agreed to a three-year live digital rights partnership in the United States, marking the streaming network’s first offering among the four major American sports leagues. “ChangeUp” is the cornerstone property of the partnership with MLB.DAZN is a sports streaming service that launched in 2016 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Japan before debuting in the U.S. in September 2018. DAZN is the home of Canelo Alvarez and his promoter, Golden Boy Promotions, which agreed to a five-year exclusive partnership to stream Alvarez’s next 11 fights beginning last December.DAZN also features fights from Matchroom Boxing, the promoter of unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, plus former unified middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin, Bellator MMA, the World Boxing Super Series and Combate Americas.
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Iowans who are collecting unemployment will see federal benefits extended under President Trump’s executive order, which he signed as the U-S House and Senate still disagree over a new COVID-19 relief package. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley says the president’s plan is for Uncle Sam to pick up 75-percent of the cost of those updated jobless benefits, leaving states to pay the remaining 25-percent.“It would go $300 of enhanced federal money,” Grassley says, “and out of the $150-billion that went to states or their own money, they have to put up $100.” The added federal jobless benefits ran out July 31st and while they lasted, were providing many unemployed people an additional 600-dollars a week. Grassley says the new 400-dollars-a-week plan is the result of compromise.Grassley says, “That $400, I think, was probably selected because it was halfway between the $200 figure that was in the Senate bill and the $600 that we have right now.” The 400-dollar payments are on top of the regular state unemployment benefits, so some people are able to make more money by not returning to work. Grassley says 600-dollars was way too much and hurt businesses of all sizes as they couldn’t get people to come back to their jobs.“Maybe the $400 is still a disincentive for people to go back to work, but obviously it wouldn’t be as much of a disincentive as the $600,” Grassley says, “and I think it runs for two months.” Negotiations over the new COVID relief package fell apart late last week. Democrats propose spending some three-trillion dollars through their plan, the HEROES Act, while Republicans favor a one-trillion dollar rescue effort called the HEALS Act.
The few anaemic reasons actually posited have been laughable. One popular sports analyst has argued vehemently that what Rodgers did with the flag was wrong because it is against “Jamaican culture” and that it was strange because it had never been done before at Champs. Other critics of the actions have opined that it was inappropriate and disrespectful to his new school and an insult to Jamaicans generally. I am still trying to extract some sense out of all that nonsense. One conspiracy theorist asked me personally why were other non-Jamaicans such Zharnel Hughes, from Anguilla, Delano Williams from the Turks and Caicos Islands; or Jorel Bellafonte, a Cayman Islands national, who were all prominent and popular champs winners, never given their national flags to display at champs? The conclusion of the theory being that Rodgers was given the flag to use to insult all the locals who were against him competing at champs. Again, the rationality of that theory escapes me. The spectacle of another show-stopping Champs showcase that resonated across the entire globe, with the very best of young Jamaican athletics talent on show, has not been given a fair chance to resonate, as the post-Champs conversation has been dominated by Ari Rodgers’ decision to wrap himself in the Ugandan flag. Jamaicans, from time to time, tend to display a false and exaggerated sense of patriotism when convenient to them. This is yet another such case of overkill. I have been trying now, without success for several days, to find a rational oasis in the vast desert of nothingness behind this issue. I must admit my failings. Here we go again, basking in our new national pastime of majoring in the minor, while continuing to ‘flag’ the a dead horse. LAUGHABLE REASONS It continues to be very surprising and indeed baffling that so many otherwise well thinking Jamaicans have expressed outright disgust, disapproval, and even concern about Kingston College’s Ugandan distance runner Ari Rodgers wrapping himself in the Ugandan flag while celebrating his victory in the 5,000-metre event win at the recently concluded ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships. My personal befuddlement knows no bounds as to what the real or credible issue or issues could conceivable, to justify so many persons having a problem with a 16-year-old youngster domiciled many miles away from his African homeland, competing at Jamaica’s epic athletics championships for his new school in his adopted country, and in his moment of triumph, he chooses to parade the flag of the country of his birth. What protocol did he breach? What sensitivities did he offend? Contrast the possible motives behind this flag pushback by some Jamaicans, against the real-life scenario of Jamaican high schools that compete regularly at the annual Penn Relays in the United States, where Jamaican schools and colleges routinely display and parade the Jamaican flag while celebrating success on the track. How is what Ari Rodgers did differently in principle to what the Jamaican schools do every year at Penn Relays?
Staffers of the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) on Thursday distributed over 200 kites to students of the Eccles Nursery School on the East Bank of Demerara (EBD).Easter will be celebrated in just over one week, and GBTI kick-started the festivities with a kite distribution exercise that brought countless smiles to the faces of these children.Senior Supervisor of the Providence Branch, Devendra Jaggernauth, was present during the exercise. He noted that while it is the first activity, the bank is hoping to make it an annual one.“We’re basically distributing a few kites to the students of the school. It’s the first initiative for our branch, and we’re hoping for it to be something annually done. We have approximately 270 students along with 15 teachers and non-clerical staff. I know it’s something the kids would enjoy, and we’re just brightening their spirits for the Easter season,” Jaggernauth explained.He was assisted by employees who gifted other items after students would have answered a few trivia questions.Kites being distributed to the second year students by GBTI staffersOver the years, GBTI has been active in fulfilling its corporate responsibility through numerous initiatives. Teachers of the school thanked the banking institution for its gesture during this Easter season.Meanwhile, over at the Sophia Care Centre, Emerge BPO distributed a number of kites which were made by their employees. Over 70 youths from age four to 18 reside at the Care Centre, and they were elated with the presentation of kites. Chief Executive Officer of Emerge BPO, Heidi Soloman, said all of the materials used to make these kites were environmentally friendly.“Emerge is a Guyana-founded organisation. We’ve been in business for about 10 years, and one of our primary focuses is wanting to give back to the community. This month, with is being the Easter season, we had our employees join together and come up with handmade kites,” she explained.The company provides a range of customer-care services, and currently employs some 600 persons.Easter signifies the resurrection of the Christ, and will be celebrated on Monday April 22.
LOS ANGELES – The good news for the Lakers is that center Kwame Brown’s return from an ankle injury is expected to shore up their defense for the season’s final 24 games, giving them a back-line anchor who might be the NBA’s strongest player. The bad news was that Brown’s return and the Lakers defensive resurgence didn’t exactly coincide Friday night, as the Sacramento Kings shredded their Pacific Division rival in a 116-108 victory at Staples Center. Three days off was all it took to break the Lakers’ rhythm after three impressive wins. The Kings built a 21-point lead in the third quarter and held off the Lakers despite Lamar Odom’s inspired play in the fourth. So ended the Lakers’ hope of matching a season-high with their fourth consecutive win. They also lost for the first time in eight games within the division and fell 3