Greensburg, IN—The Hospital Foundation of Decatur County is pleased to announce the appointment of Dennis Fogle as Foundation Director. Fogle has served Decatur County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) since 2016 in roles supporting human resources and community relations.“As a lifelong resident of Decatur County, Mr. Fogle has demonstrated a passion for making Decatur County an exceptional place to live. Our board is confident Dennis will extend this passion toward enhancing the contribution the Hospital Foundation makes to our community,” said Andrew Stewart, Board President, Hospital Foundation.Fogle earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University. He has been active in many community organizations such as Tree County Playhouse, Decatur County United Fund, and the Decatur County Consortium. Since joining DCMH, Dennis has worked to enhance service levels for the community and local employers.“Dennis has been a tremendous advocate for many hospital initiatives. He has a deep personal connection with the hospital and serving others. He has also been a key factor in recruiting and developing our high-quality medical staff. As an integral part of our community, Dennis will be a wonderful asset to the Foundation,” stated Rex McKinney, President and CEO of DCMH.Fogle will begin duties immediately.
An education grant has been announced for Cloughaneely Junior Marching Band under the Department’s Non-Mainstream Music Education Bursary.Banna Ceoil Cloich Cheann Fhaola (Cloughaneely Junior Marching Band) Falcarragh has a junior band with five tutors, along with 42 members who are under 18.They play contemporary and traditional music and the grant funding will ensure the best possible music education for young people in the area. Minister for Education and Skills Joe Mc Hugh made the announcement on Sunday that will see €3,000 sanctioned to the west Donegal school band.“This is a great way of supporting a local band, and one that has been together for many, many years,” Minister McHugh said.He said: “I am delighted to see the band, its tutors, musicians and members secure €3,000.“The money will help them to nurture talent, encourage more young people to take part and ensure they’ve a presence not just in the Donegal Gaeltacht but at music events and festivals.” The Non-Mainstream Music Education Bursary scheme operated by the Department of Education and Skills provides a means to support music education and music initiatives to continue to cultivate the talent of young musicians.Minister McHugh added: “Banna Ceoil Cloich Cheann Fhaola also recently secured grant funding for new uniforms so it is great to see such support from Government for a local band.“The people who have made the band the success it has been since 1983 – more than 35 years unbroken – are the many volunteers and the people who give up their time, talent and expertise to provide opportunities for the next generation. Congratulations to everyone involved.”Music education grant for Cloughaneely Junior Marching Band was last modified: June 30th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Joey Barton’s conduct against Manchester City is inevitably among today’s headlines.There is speculation about how long the QPR captain will be banned for after he was red-carded for lashing out at Carlos Tevez, then kicked Sergio Aguero and appeared to aim a headbutt at Vincent Kompany before tangling with City substitute Mario Balotelli.The Guardian say Barton is facing a nine-game suspension and former referee Graham Poll, writing in the Daily Mail, suggests he will be banned for at least 10 matches.Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror say Barton could be unavailable for as long as three months if the Football Association punish comments he made on Twitter following his outburst. Who was your Rangers man of the match against City? Click here to voteFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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The United States could improve to silver, and a fourth-placed Russian team could receive the bronze.In women’s biathlon, Vilukhina’s silver could pass to Vita Semerenko of Ukraine, and Karin Oberhofer of Italy could be promoted to bronze. The women’s relay could see Norway could move up to silver and the Czech Republic get bronze.Legkov was among athletes on the “Duchess List” — named for a fast-acting cocktail of steroids dissolved in alcohol and used as a mouthwash — who were protected by the doping system. Their clean urine was stored to be swapped in for tainted samples during the games.Rodchenkov alleged swaps were done through a mouse hole in a lab room with FSB officers who worked out how to break into tamper-proof bottles. Scratches and marks on the glass were crucial evidence in Legkov’s case.“Whatever his motivation may be and whichever wrongdoing he may have committed in the past,” the IOC panel said, “Dr. Rodchenkov was telling the truth when he provided explanations of the cover-up scheme that he managed.” Still, this was a “sophisticated” system in place and was compared to a Swiss watch by the three-man panel, comprising two from Switzerland and one from Spain.“(I)t was a very fine mechanism where many people had a role to play,” the verdict in Legkov’s case stated.A final IOC judgment on whether the Russian state ultimately corrupted the Winter Games that cost $51 billion to prepare for and stage should come next week.A separate commission chaired by a former president of Switzerland, Samuel Schmid, will give the IOC board its findings ahead of the Dec. 5 meeting to decide on punishing Russia.The latest guilty verdicts announced on Monday involved Aleksei Negodailo and Dmitrii Trunenkov, members of the gold medal-winning four-man bobsled; Yana Romanova, the silver medalist in the 4×6-kilometer women’s biathlon relay; Olga Vilukhina, the silver medalist in the same relay and 7.5-kilometer biathlon; and Sergei Chudinov, who was fifth in skeleton.The Russian Bobsleigh Federation said in a statement the decisions were “the height of injustice” that lacked legal basis, and promised to contest them.The appeals route for Russian athletes is the Court of Arbitration for Sport in the IOC’s home city of Lausanne, Switzerland.Trunenkov was already serving a four-year ban, backdated to April 2016, for a separate doping offense just before he retired.Another member of the four-man team, Alexander Zubkov, was disqualified on Friday and stripped of his golds in the two-man and four-man. That meant Alexey Voyevoda, who won both golds with Zubkov, was also stripped of the medals. His case was considered by the IOC panel last Thursday.A third member of the women’s biathlon relay, Olga Zaitseva, had her hearing last week. Former Moscow and Sochi laboratory director Grigory Rodchenkov was a “truthful witness,” the panel said in publishing its first detailed verdict on the same day it sanctioned five more Russian athletes to bring the total to 19.Rodchenkov is living in the United States under FBI protection as a cooperating witness.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe IOC panel, chaired by Denis Oswald, agreed that investigator Richard McLaren — appointed by the World Anti-Doping Agency to verify Rodchenkov’s claims to American media in May 2016 — proved the existence of a doping conspiracy beyond reasonable doubt.The public vindication of Rodchenkov and McLaren, each repeatedly denounced by state authorities in Russia, will fuel speculation that the IOC executive board meeting next Tuesday should ban Russia’s team from the Pyeongchang Olympics. QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. FILE – In this file photo dated Friday, Feb. 21, 2014, Russia’s relay team from left, Yana Romanova, Olga Zaitseva, Ekaterina Shumilova and Olga Vilukhina, celebrate winning the silver for the women’s biathlon 4x6k relay at the 2014 Winter Olympics, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. Yana Romanova and Olga Vilukhina have tested positive for doping at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, their silver medals are forfeit and according to an IOC statement issued Monday Nov. 27, 2017, they are among five Russian athletes now banned from all future Olympics. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, FILE)GENEVA — In a blow to the credibility of Russia’s denials that it operated state-backed Olympic doping, an IOC judging panel has endorsed a key whistleblower and the investigator who exposed the plot.Orchestrated cheating at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games was “a conspiracy which infected and subverted the Olympic Games in the worst possible manner,” an International Olympic Committee commission prosecuting a slew of Russian cases said on Monday.ADVERTISEMENT Medals in biathlon, bobsled, cross-country skiing, speedskating and skeleton have been stripped by the IOC, and Russia was knocked off the top of the medals table last week in a previous round of disqualifications.The first athlete disqualified four weeks ago was Alexander Legkov, a cross-country skier who won the men’s 50-kilometer gold and 4×10-kilometer relay silver.The full verdict in his Oct. 30 case was published on Monday to reveal how strongly a judging panel of three IOC members believed the evidence first outlined last year of urine sample swaps and tampered bottles in the Sochi laboratory.A 46-page document confirmed the panel “is more than comfortably satisfied that the evidence establishes that a scheme of sample-swapping as described in the McLaren Report and the affidavit of Dr. Rodchenkov was indeed in place and implemented in Sochi.”The ruling stopped short of joining the two men in accusing Russian government agencies, including the sports ministry and FSB security service, of complicity.ADVERTISEMENT Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. 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About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Valencia coach Celades: Beating Chelsea proof players accept meby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveValencia coach Albert Celades feels the players have accepted him after their Champions League triumph at Chelsea.Celades had stepped in last week after the sacking of popular coach Marcelino – a decision which angered the players.He said after the 1-0 win, “It was not the idyllic situation, but it is what it is, we have faced it in the most professional way, we have closed ranks and we have always looked forward.”One thing is the external noise and another what happens inside, we know that the players have a very great professionalism, things are not simple and it is not easy to change the mood overnight, but we have given normality and I have to highlight everyone’s effort, this is a reinforcement for everyone, but we have to keep working and improving things.”Captain Dani Parejo insisted the players were behind the coach at the final whistle and Celades added: “We talk to them every day, we know the real situation of the squad, Dani has made it public, but we know it was like that, I want to thank the players for the welcome and their professionalism and hopefully this is a turning point.”Hopefully from now it’ll only be football talk and move on.”
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Federico Bernardeschi delighted with goalscoring performance in Juventus winby Carlos Volcano23 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFederico Bernardeschi was delighted with his goalscoring performance in Juventus’ victory over Bayer Leverkusen.Juve won the Champions League tie 3-0.And goalscorer Bernardeschi said, “I found out I’d play at the pre-match meeting. I am very happy and have been working hard, but am above all happy with the victory, as I think tonight we saw the Juventus that we all want.“I always work hard and am aware that training is fundamental for the player and the Coach, keeping yourself in good shape and always giving your best so that you’re ready if called upon.“I like playing as a trequartista, as I can roam all the way along the front line, while the Coach also asked the forwards to press the opposition, as it helps the rest of the team if we are the first line of pressing and stop them building up a head of steam.”
Kolkata: Bengal government has achieved a significant improvement in enhancing nutritional values and the health status among the adolescent girls from the districts by adopting various schemes and allotting for funds for each individual.Around 58,123 more adolescent girls belonging to the age group of 11-14 years have been identified across the state in the last financial year and they have been brought under the Scheme for Adolescent Girls (SAG). SAG aims to provide nutritious foods to the adolescent girls and improve the health status of the girls in the districts who have financial constraints. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaThe scheme also intends to equip them with various skills and provide them with knowledge on family welfare, health and hygiene. Taking the dropped outs into the main stream by bringing them under the ambit of formal schooling is one of the main purposes of the scheme. The state government introduced the scheme in 2011-12 in six districts like Jalpaiguri, Cooch Behar, Malda, Nadia, Kolkata and Purulia covering 29,444 anganwadi centers under 140 ICDS projects. The scheme was universalized in the financial year 2018-19 and it has been implemented in all the 23 districts of the state. More than 1,16,047 anganwadi centers have been made operational under 575 ICDS projects across the state. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayAccording to the data provided by the state Women and Child Development and Social Welfare department, around 80,000 adolescent girls (aged between 11-18) who are out of the school have been given IFA tablets under the scheme till March this year. The department has been conducting counselling sessions across the state to make the adolescent girls aware about various social issues and on how to stay healthy. As many as 1.45 lakhs of AGs attended Nutrition and Health Education (NHE) counseling sessions under the SAG scheme in the last financial year. The rate of supplementary nutrition has been enhanced from Rs 5 per day to Rs 9.5 per day per head from August 2018. According to the state Women and Child Development and Social Welfare, around 91,000 adolescent girls attended Life Skill Education (LSE) sessions while 72,000 attended exposure visits to the Public Services Institutions from six districts where the progarmme was introduced.
Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann applauds his team during the second half with Texas Southern at the Schottenstein Center on Nov. 16. Credit: Nick Clarkson | Social Media EditorOhio State head coach Chris Holtmann continues his campaign to generate interest in the men’s basketball program this fall. On Friday, Holtmann announced students will be able to attend the Buckeyes’ game Nov. 29 against Clemson for free. “Ever since my arrival to campus, I’ve been energized by our passionate students,” Holtmann said in a video on The NutHouse Twitter account. “Whether it’s seeing you on campus or at football games on Saturdays, your presence has been felt. We need that presence at our men’s basketball games this season. I want to give everyone an opportunity to see our team in action.”The free ticket giveaway is the latest in Holtmann’s efforts to get students excited about Ohio State men’s basketball. He paid for students’ lunches at Raising Cane’s on Wednesday, and had spoken earlier in the year about how he hopes to get the Schottenstein Center “rocking again.”Students can claim their free tickets by clicking here. Ohio State will next take to the Schottenstein Center court at 2 p.m. Sunday when it hosts Northeastern.? SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM @ChrisHoltmann AND @OhioStateHoops ? FOLLOW THE LINK TO SECURE YOUR FREE TICKET https://t.co/UX7UibgjPK pic.twitter.com/wsNMdwnZFK— The NutHouse (@BuckeyeNutHouse) November 17, 2017
The Buckeyes give a shout out to the crowd after they defeated Indiana 2-0 on March 24. Credit: Gretchen Rudolph | For The LanternThe Ohio State softball team (26-14, 9-5 Big Ten) ended its final nonconference game of this season with a 4-3 victory against Ohio (28-17, 9-6 MAC). Ohio State freshman third baseman Ashley Prange homered to the left field, putting the Buckeyes on the board first in the second inning. In the bottom of the fifth inning, Ohio State extended the lead to 3-0 as senior second baseman Emily Clark and senior shortstop Lilli Piper both scored on a two-RBI single by Prange. “It’s good to beat an Ohio team.” Prange said. “I thought we played well.”Ohio cut the deficit in the sixth inning. Senior third baseman Alex Day homered down the right field line, scoring three for the Bobcats and tying the game at 3-3. The Buckeyes soon took back the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning. Piper reached on a throwing error, which allowed senior outfielder Bri Betschel, who was on base due to a double, to make it home, scoring the eventual game-winning run for Ohio State. “They are a college in Ohio. We like to see that. We want all those Ohio wins. It’s just important to come out.” Piper said. “They are a good team. They are gonna get some good wins this year.”Ohio State head coach Kelly Kovach Schoenly said she was super proud of how her team bounced back. “They got their runs in and we responded right back,” Schoenly said.Ohio State will head to East Lansing, Michigan to return to Big Ten action against Michigan State. Game one will start at 6 p.m. on April 26.