Frances Ruth Nobbe, age 79, of Batesville, Indiana passed away Monday, October 23, 2017 at home. The daughter of Jerome and Frances (Hoffman) Jonas, was born on July 13, 1938 in Brookville, Indiana.The 1956 Brookville High School graduate married Roman J. Nobbe on October 26, 1957 in Brookville. Ruth was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church and the Daughters of the American Revolution. She also served as President of Franklin County Child Welfare Board for many years.Ruth and her husband, Roman both owned and operated their family business, Roman Nobbe Inc for over 35 years. She spent much of her time working in the business until she retired in 1997.Ruth and Roman loved to polka dance, they won several trophies over the years competing. She was really into genealogy and has been said to have more books than a public library. She was an avid doll collector too, with hundreds of beautifully dressed dolls. Ruth also held a special place in her heart for kids, always wanting to help children. Kinder Platz was started in part because she wanted all little girls to have ruffled, frilly dresses and accessibility to good clothes. Ruth truly loved her family and cherished her grandchildren and great grandchildren.She will be dearly missed by her husband, Roman, son Roman ‘Bucky’ (Jeanna) Nobbe of Oldenburg, IN daughters, Karen (Mike) Knueven of Sunman, IN and Tammy (Chris) Forthofer of Batesville; 9 grandchildren, Roman A. (Sarah) Nobbe, Brad Nobbe, Jason Knueven, Kristine (Dan) Aldulescu, Amanda (Jeremy) Reed, Eric Forthofer, Nicole (Danny) Wilds, Anthony Forthofer; 2 great grandchildren, Leigha & Liam Reed; three sisters, Alice Thielking (the late Carl), Sue Ward (Ken), Ellen Davis (Don) and brother, Charles Jonas (Sharon).In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her grandson Joshua Nobbe.Visitation will be Friday 4-8 PM at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville with Rosary starting at 3:40 PM. Mass of Christian Burial 10:00 AM on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Oldenburg, IN. Rev. Carl Langenderfer officiating. Burial to follow in the Holy Family Catholic Cemetery.Memorials may be given to the Edelweiss House, benefiting children or Batesville EMS c/o the funeral home. Online condolences www.meyersfuneralhomes.com.
Sellersburg, In. — Indiana State Police Superintendent Douglas Carter recognized two Sellersburg troopers for their dedicated service to the department and the state of Indiana, careers spanning more than 30 years. Sergeant John Cleveland and Corporal Stephen Didat were both recognized and presented with a certificate of service recognition by district lieutenant Chris Keeton on behalf of the Superintendent at a ceremony held at the Sellersburg post.Sgt. John Cleveland was recognized for 35 years of service. Sgt. Cleveland is a native of Clark County Indiana and is a 1973 graduate of Jeffersonville High School. John attended Indiana University before becoming a police officer for the Indiana University Police Department and later the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. Sgt. Cleveland graduated from the 41st Indiana State Police Recruit Academy in 1984 and was assigned initially to the Pendleton Post where he was quickly assigned to special investigations, working as an undercover officer. Sgt. Cleveland transferred and worked in the Bloomington district from 1987 to 1996 and was then assigned to the department’s Problem Oriented Policing Unit where he worked until 2000. John Cleveland transferred to the Sellersburg district in 2000 where he continues to work. He was promoted to serve as a district squad sergeant in 2008. During his career with the state police, John has worn many hats including firearms instructor, SCUBA team member, Tactical Intervention team-member, and Field Training Officer. John currently resides in Madison, Indiana.Corporal Stephen Didat was recognized for 30 years of service. Stephen Didat is a life-long resident of Floyd County, Indiana, and a 1976 graduate of Floyd Central High School. Stephen attended Indiana University Southeast before graduating from the 46th Indiana State Police recruit academy in 1988. Upon graduation, Cpl. Didat was assigned to the Sellersburg district where he has worked his entire career. While on the department, Stephen Didat has served as a state certified firearms instructor, emergency vehicle operations instructor, and speed timing device instructor as well as a field training officer and member of the tactical intervention platoon. Stephen was assigned to the Problem Oriented Policing Unit from 1996 to 2004 when he was promoted to Corporal. Stephen continues to serve as the Sellersburg post corporal and resides in Floyds Knobs with Louisa, his wife of 28 years.
Press Association The Belfast side travelled across the Irish Sea last night – their first trip to Glasgow’s south side – after having stepped in to host a fundraising match last May when the former Scottish champions found themselves mired in a financial crisis that eventually led to their liquidation. Now reformed but playing in the Irn-Bru Third Division, Rangers proved too strong for the Northern Irishmen as they secured victory with goals from Chris Hegarty and youngster Andrew Murdoch. Light Blues boss Ally McCoist paid his part-time visitors full respect by putting out a strong starting line-up, but Rangers struggled to get out of first gear in the early stages, mustering only an Ian Black drive on the half-hour mark before surviving a scare as Matthew Tipton pulled a decent chance wide. It took until three minutes before the half-time break for the hosts to net as Hegarty found the corner of the goal from Fraser Aird’s deep cross. The second half was interrupted by a raft of substitutions. Linfield captain Peter Thompson did have the ball in the net after 65 minutes only to see his big moment ruined by an offside flag. However, Rangers wrapped it up with the last kick of the game as midfielder Murdoch’s deflected 25-yard drive deceived Alan Blayney and found its way home. Rangers repaid Linfield for helping out in their hour of need by handing them a narrow 2-0 friendly defeat at Ibrox.
With six minutes remaining of the 1-1 draw, Albion winger James McClean was booked for a foul on Spurs midfielder Mousa Dembele. An on-field flash point ensued and referee Jonathan Moss was harangued by both sets of players, leading the FA to charge the clubs on Wednesday. Press Association West Brom and Tottenham have been charged by the Football Association after a flare-up towards the end of Saturday’s draw at the Hawthorns. “West Bromwich Albion and Tottenham Hotspur have both been charged for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion,” a statement from the FA read. “The charge relates to an incident which occurred in or around the 84th minute of their fixture on Saturday 5 December 2015.” West Brom and Tottenham have until 6pm on Friday to respond to the charge.
… but turn in creditable performances amid challenging conditionsGUYANA’S six-member team who competed in the just concluded 32nd Pan American road cycling championship in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic failed to medal but despite challenging conditions, turned in creditable performances.Last Sunday, Guyana’s Paul DeNobrega and Junior Niles competed in the 170km race which was staged around the Mirader Sur Park that has a 10km circuit and at the end of the race, DeNobrega finished the gruelling event in the 44th position while Niles placed 69th.It was probably the highest level of competition for the two Guyanese as they came up against some of the best cyclists in the Pan American group.Colombian Andres Martinez (3:18.47) won ahead of Mexico’s Alfredo Infante, Sebastin Benarides (Colombia), Francisco Chomarro (Argentina) and Ignacio Maldonado (Uruguay) respectively.Barbadian Phillip Clarke ended 13th and Cuba’s Felix Fernandez 14th.Meanwhile, on Saturday, Andrew Hicks, Hamza Eastman and Jamal contested a 140km race for Under-23 cyclists and in the end, Eastman placed 20th of 71 riders while John finished 36th. Hicks, who was with the leading bunch nearing the finish, developed cramps in both his legs and had to settle for 69th.It must be noted that on the local scene, cyclists are not accustomed to such long races and especially on hilly courses and that made the exposure important for the Guyanese.Some 240 cyclists from 27 Pan American nations participated in the championships and these cyclists came from other countries including Cuba, Colombia, United States, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Guatemala and Mexico.
The players from the second-division club had not practiced this week as a protest for not being taken off furlough. They had only trained individually at home.The club says it met with players and decided to change their furlough conditions now that group sessions have begun and their workload increased.Most soccer clubs in Spain used government furloughs to reduce their labor costs during the coronavirus pandemic.Players from second-division club Elche also refused to practice at the team’s training center last week and the club also eventually complied with their demands.The Spanish soccer season is expected to resume on the second weekend of June. The Latest: Rayo players return to training after protest Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___Rayo Vallecano players have returned to training after the Spanish soccer club accepted some of their salary demands. ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 May 20, 2020 Associated Press
The Syracuse men’s track and field team has cracked the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association top-20 rankings for the first time in program history.The Orange is currently ranked No. 19, according to the poll released Monday night.Despite competing without any throwers, Syracuse has relied on a strong core of distance runners led by senior Martin Hehir and freshman Justyn Knight.Both Hehir and Knight have gathered Top-10 times nationally in multiple events and each have broken school records.Hehir broke the Syracuse 10,000-meter record that had stood for 33 years on April 3 at the Stanford Invitational, while Knight shattered the school’s 1,500-meter record set in 1972 at the Virginia Challenge.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLed by Donald Pollitt, Syracuse has also seen strong performances from its sprinters this season. Pollitt finished first in the 110-meter hurdles this past weekend at the Cornell Outdoor Invitational.The Orange will look to continue its momentum heading into the Duke Twilight meet, the final regular season meet before the Atlantic Coast Conference Championships begin on May 14. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 5, 2015 at 11:33 am Contact Matt: email@example.com
GVC hires ‘comms pro’ Tessa Curtis to re-energise media profile August 25, 2020 Share Related Articles GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Submit Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 The Governance of FTSE100 GVC Holdings has this morning published its pre-close full-year 2018 trading statement, detailing that it anticipates delivering an FY EBITDA in the range of £750-755m – ‘ahead of current market consensus’.Completing a landmark year for its business, having merged and integrated the assets of Ladbrokes Coral, GVC governance points to strong growth across its enlarged digital portfolio – up 19% on full-year NGR.The betting group highlights continued digital progress, despite competing against tougher comparatives, with governance further detailing that GVC brands record market share gains across core operational territories.“Growth remained impressive across all major territories with legacy GVC sports brands NGR 21% ahead and legacy Ladbrokes Coral sports brands NGR 9% ahead, including 12% NGR growth in the UK sports brands,” GVC detailed in its performance update.At a retail level, GVC anticipates that like-for-like full-year NGR will be delivered at -3% below 2017 results, as the FTSE betting group adjusts to a tougher UK retail environment for bookmakers.Updating the market GVC Group Chief Executive Kenneth Alexander (CEO) said: “The Group’s performance in 2018 has been excellent with the strong momentum reported at Q3 continuing into Q4. We are materially outperforming the market and taking share in all of our major territories.“As the Group carries this momentum forward into the new year and starts to deliver the opportunities provided by both the Ladbrokes Coral integration and our sports-betting joint-venture in the US with MGM Resorts, the Board is confident that the Group is very well placed for a successful 2019.”GVC governance intends to release its preliminary full-year 2018 results on 5 March 2019.
Source: Photos: Yaw Antwi Owusu Fans have started making their way into the Cape Coast Stadium hours before kick-off in tonight’s 2021 African Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa.Hundreds of people have already taken their seats in the stadium while many others have queued up outside, waiting to enter.A number of parents have also brought their kids to the stadium to support the side in their first match since July. The Black Stars are hoping to begin their quest to book a place at the 2021 AFCON on a winning note, having disappointed at this year’s tournament.The team will hope a win will help change public perception of the side, which has tanked in recent years due to poor performances on the pitch and numerous controversies off it.The Round of 16 exit to Tunisia on penalties in the 2019 AFCON, which was the last time Ghanaians saw the senior national team players in action, would certainly not have helped.Along with South Africa, the Black Stars were grouped with São Tomé and Príncipe and Sudan.Sudan beat São Tomé and Príncipe by four goals to nil in the groups first game on Wednesday and now top the fledgeling group, with Ghana and South Africa hoping to join them later tonight.The match will be played at the Cape Coast stadium and kicks off at 7:00pm. Below is the Black Stars’ squad for the match
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “I just put two numbers in a hat, I pull it,” Scott said, laughing, about how he determines which back-to-back games Nance will miss. “I pulled the number out today and it was one. That meant the first game.” Bryant missed six of the past 10 games because of a sore right shoulder. After sitting out games last week against Sacramento (Tuesday) and Phoenix (Friday), Bryant has had about eight days to rest and recover. So much that Bryant plans to fly with the Lakers to play in Wednesday’s game against Phoenix in what will mark his final trip there.“As of now,” Scott said, “that’s a good possibility.”Scott plans to play Bryant around 27-29 minutes tonight and will then assess his workload for tomorrow’s game based on how his body responds. Scott will be more cautious with rookie forward Larry Nance Jr, who will miss Tuesday’s game against Memphis as part of the teams’ effort to preserve his sore right knee on back-to-backs. But Nance will be available for Wednesday’s game in Phoenix. No longer did Lakers coach Byron Scott feel the need to offer odds on whether Kobe Bryant will play when the Lakers (14-55) host the Memphis Grizzlies (40-30) on Tuesday at Staples Center.“He says he’s playing tonight,” Scott said.