Lowell Thomas Cooper Jr., age 50, of Rushville, Indiana died Sunday evening December 23, 2018 at the Brookville Healthcare Center in Brookville.Born February 5, 1968 in Connersville, Indiana he was the son of the late Lowell Thomas Cooper Sr. & Judith Gail (Cummins) Cooper.Survivors include five children, Lowell Thomas Allen of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Latosha Allen of Brookville, Indiana, Tiffany Allen of Ohio, Travis Allen of Brookville, Indiana Carolyn Cooper of Shelbyville, Indiana, and a step-daughter, Ashley Souders of Shelbyville, Indiana; three sisters, Wilma Rapp of Rushville, Indiana, Loretta Cooper of Brookville, Indiana, and Wanetta Cooper of Milford, Ohio; a brother, Phillip Cooper of Lawrenceburg, Indiana and a half-brother, Greg Parrett of Brookville, Indiana.Family & friends may visit from 12:00 Noon until 1:00 P.M. on Friday, December 28, 2018 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Mike Horning will officiate the Funeral Services on Friday, December 28, 2018, 1:00 P.M. at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Big Cedar Cemetery in Brookville.The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the Cooper family, to sign the online guest book or send a personal condolence please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
Judith T. Black, 81, of Pensacola, Florida passed away Monday, June 8, 2020 at Wesley Haven Villa in Pensacola. She was born in Vevay on January 13, 1939 the daughter of Lewis and Talpha Aldred Truesdale and was raised by her adopted parents George and Roznita Oakley Lester. She was married to Harold Black on August 23, 1958 and he preceded her in death on March 8, 2016. Survivors include one son Jeffery (Lori) Black of Cadiz, Kentucky; two daughters Debra (John) Weale of Columbus, Ohio and Teresa (Mike) Varner of Pensacola; 5 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Black was a 1957 graduate of Cross Plains High School. She had worked for 30 years at Shilitos in Cincinnati, but her main occupation was being a homemaker and mom. Judy enjoyed being a seamstress and loved to garden as well. Graveside services for Judy will be held on Tuesday, June 16 at 1pm at the Benham Cemetery with Pastor Jerry Brooks of the Benham United Methodist Church officiating. Memorials may be given to the Benham Cemetery in care of the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles.
The team posted on Twitter that doctors removed a colloid cyst that was causing pressure on Cave’s brain Tuesday. He remains in a medically induced coma at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto.Cave’s wife, Emily, said earlier on Instagram that doctors were “fighting to keep him alive” in surgery.The 25-year-old Cave scored one goal in 11 games with Edmonton this season. COLLEGE BASKETBALL-NEWSNC State accepts NCAA case referral for independent process — A two-time Olympic finalist in the 800 meters has died after getting infected with the coronavirus. The Italian Olympic Committee announced the death of Donato Sabia at 56. Sabia finished fifth in the 800 at the 1984 Los Angeles Games and seventh at the 1988 Seoul Games.— A groom who worked at Belmont Park has died of coronavirus complications. The New York Racing Association says Martin Zapata died Tuesday. The 63-year-old native of Panama had spent the past two years working for trainer Tom Morley in New York, which has been hard-hit by the pandemic. NYRA says Zapata tested positive for COVID-19 on March 24 and was hospitalized two days later. He lived and worked at Belmont Park.— The opening of the stable area and training track at Saratoga in upstate New York is being delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The training track was set to open April 15. The New York Racing Association says it has yet to decide an appropriate date to safely open. Saratoga’s racing season is still scheduled to begin on July 16 and run through Sept. 7.— The Tokyo Olympic flame has been taken off public display in Japan. And it’s not clear when it will reappear again, or where — or under what conditions. After the Tokyo Olympics and the torch relay were postponed until next year, the flame was put on display in the northeastern prefecture of Fukushima. It was supposed to remain on display through the end of April, but it was removed to an undisclosed location after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (shin-zoh AH’-bay) declared a state of emergency yesterday that includes limiting large crowds.— The International Paralympic Committee has a “cash-flow” problem. But its President Andrew Parsons has ruled out going to the International Olympic Committee for help. Parsons says he is trying to cut 5% from the budget, which was listed at 24.1 million euros ($26.1 million) in the IPC’s 2018 annual report. The cash-flow situation stems from the Olympic and Paralympic postponement until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic. Associated Press Brady appeared on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” for about two hours Wednesday and discussed a myriad of topics, including his decision to leave the New England Patriots. The six-time Super Bowl winner said he was ready for a new challenge when he elected to become a free agent and signed a two-year, $50 million contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month.Brady reiterated he has no hard feelings about coach Bill Belichick (BEHL’-ih-chik) not making him a Patriot for life. He added that so many wrong assumptions were made about his relationship with Belichick, or about how Belichick felt about him.In other NFL news:— The Falcons are moving to black pants with black jerseys for their home uniforms in 2020. Those changes are part of a redesign the team says respects past fashion choices with updates “to match the modern progression of Atlanta.” The team’s first redesign in 17 years also include white jerseys and white pants for road uniforms. The Falcons will continue to use black helmets.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTS Sudbury Wolves center Quinton Byfield and Erie Otters defenseman Jamie Drysdale are ranked second and third among North American prospects.The draft can’t feasibly be held until the playoffs are completed or the entire season canceled. The draft had been scheduled for Montreal in late June.NHL-OILERS-CAVEOilers’ Cave out of emergency surgery, remains in comaUNDATED (AP) — The Edmonton Oilers say forward Colby Cave has undergone emergency surgery after suffering a brain bleed. NFL draft to become charity endeavorUNDATED (AP) — The NFL is turning the league’s 2020 draft into a three-day fundraiser to help six charities dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.The “Draft-A-Thon” will be featured during the draft April 23-25 to raise money for non-profits selected by the NFL Foundation. Among the charities are the American Red Cross, CDC Foundation’s All of Us, Meals on Wheels COVID-19 Response Fund, the Salvation Army, and United Way’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.Commissioner Roger Goodell said in a statement that the Draft-A-Thon will deliver much-needed funding to many who are suffering as well as those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.In other developments related to the coronavirus: RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina State has accepted a recommendation for its NCAA case involving recruiting violations tied to former one-and-done star Dennis Smith Jr.The school agreed to go through the Independent Accountability Resolution Process, the new independent investigation process for complex cases. The NCAA created the IARP following reform proposals from the commission led by former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the wake of a federal corruption investigation into college basketball.North Carolina State was charged last summer with four violations.In other college basketball news:— DePaul guard Jalen Coleman-Lands has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA. Coleman-Lands was limited to nine games as a junior transfer in 2018-19 after breaking his left hand. He played in all 32 games this past season and led the Blue Demons with 63 3-pointers while averaging 11 points. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-NEWSBrady says time was right to change teamsUNDATED (AP) — Quarterback Tom Brady says it was time for a change. According to an affidavit by a Keller Police Department detective, Hamilton’s daughter told police that he went on a rampage Sept. 30.NHL-DRAFTLafrenière tops list of NHL draft-eligible prospectsUNDATED (AP) — Forward Alexis Lafrenière remained No. 1 when the NHL Central Scouting Bureau’s released its final ranking of draft-eligible prospects Wednesday, while German forward Tim Stuetzle was ranked as the top European prospect.Lafrenière was leading the Quebec Major Junior League with 112 points on 35 goals and 77 assists in 52 games when play was canceled by the coronavirus pandemic. Update on the latest sports MLB-HAMILTON-INDICTMENTEx-Rangers star indictedFORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Former Texas Rangers star Josh Hamilton has been indicted on a felony charge of injury to a child after his teenage daughter accused him of beating her.A Tarrant County grand jury indicted the 38-year-old Hamilton on Monday. He remains free on $30,000 bond after he turned himself in to authorities on Oct. 30. If convicted, he faces a prison sentence of two to 10 years in prison.Hamilton’s attorneys say the Rangers Hall of Famer is innocent of the charge. His 14-year-old daughter told her mother, Hamilton’s ex-wife, that her father struck her after he became enraged by a comment from her. — Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp says that officials believe a 13-game college football schedule would be possible even if the start of the season were delayed until October because of the new coronavirus. Sharp added Wednesday that there are many unknowns about football season because of the pandemic that has killed thousands and shut down sports across the globe.— The track world championships in Eugene, Oregon, have been rescheduled for July 15-24, 2022. The event was pushed back a year because the Tokyo Olympics were delayed until 2021 amid the coronavirus pandemic. The track worlds were originally scheduled for Aug. 6-15, 2021.— Formula One says it will furlough half of its staff until the end of May and senior executives will take pay cuts amid the coronavirus pandemic. F1 says senior leadership figures will take “voluntary pay cuts while still continuing to work and not in furlough,” and CEO Chase Carey will take a “much deeper” pay cut. F1 has postponed eight races so far this season and the Monaco Grand Prix has been canceled. The season is currently scheduled to begin in France on June 28. More postponements are likely to turn into cancellations, but F1 has said it is still hoping to stage between 15 and 18 races out of the original 22.— The president of the International Paralympic Committee says the body has “cash-flow” problems because of the Olympic and Paralympic postponement until 2021. Andrew Parsons says about 5% of spending is being cut from the IPC’s budget. Parsons says the problem is due partly to broadcast rights holders who want to delay their payments until the product is delivered. Parsons says it’s not a question of “losing money” but rather some temporary belt tightening.— The players and coach on Switzerland’s national soccer team have declined to take more than $1 million of payments that were due from their federation in 2020. The team was scheduled to play in the now-postponed European Championship in June and had two games in Qatar canceled last month because of the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown of games has cost the Swiss soccer body millions of dollars. Federation chairman Dominique Blanc says it’s a “magnificent gesture” from the players. Blanc tested positive for the virus three weeks ago. Team captain Stephan Lichtsteiner says, “we wanted to set an example and show solidarity.” April 9, 2020 GOLF-WOODS-LAWSUITWoods, caddie suedUNDATED (AP) — A Florida man has filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods and his caddie, claiming he suffered injuries from the caddie pushing him out of the way during a tournament two years ago.The civil complaint was filed Tuesday in Pinellas County and alleges Brian Borruso tried to take a selfie as Woods approached his tee shot left of the 13th green in the third round of the Valspar Championship. Borruso maintains caddie Joe LaCava “intentionally shoved” him and caused him to stumble and fall into the crowd before being treated for injuries at a hospital.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Anthony Joshua’s “absolute focus” is still on a homecoming world title fight against Kubrat Pulev, unless the UK option is “taken out of our hands”, says promoter Eddie Hearn.The Matchroom Boxing boss has confirmed Joshua will make one defence of his WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titles this year against IBF mandatory challenger Pulev, which is unlikely to be staged before the end of September.Hearn told Sky Sports: “Wouldn’t it be great to come through all this and stage a world heavyweight title fight in the UK this year. For us, that is the absolute focus and if that’s taken out of our hands, we will look at other options around the world. Joshua (left) and Pulev were earlier scheduled to fight next month “Croatia is a potential option at this stage and just a part of wider discussions. Given the current uncertainty, I would expect to see him in the ring again end of September at the earliest, but more likely October or November as the restrictions hopefully start to ease.”Pulev’s manager Ivalyo Gotsev is keen to stage the fight at the end of August and revealed that he has secured financial backing and a date at Pula Arena, a Roman Amphitheatre in Croatia.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Published on January 31, 2015 at 6:48 pm Penn State scored three goals in the second period and held off Syracuse’s late comeback attempt to beat the Orange, 4-2, on Saturday.With the loss, Syracuse (6-13-9, 4-5-5 College Hockey America) dropped to fourth place in the CHA standings and is five points behind Penn State (14-10-4, 8-4-2) for second place.The first period ended scoreless with eight shots for each team, but in the second the Nittany Lions broke open the scoring.Six and a half minutes into the period, after SU defender Akane Hosoyamada went to the box for high sticking, forward Hannah Hoenshell found the back of the net for Penn State on the power play. A minute later, PSU forward Laura Bowman beat SU goalie Jenn Gilligan to make it 2-0.The Orange went on the penalty kill again after SU forward Melissa Piacentini was called for checking eight minutes into the period. This time, Penn State forward Hannah Bramm capitalized on the advantage, stretching the lead to three goals.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s comeback attempt started when SU forward Allie LaCombe scored with less than five minutes left in the second. With three minutes left in the third, SU forward Stephanie Grossi cut the lead to one goal off assists from Piacentini and forward Emily Costales.Syracuse pulled its goalie with 1:15 to go in the game, but it only took Penn State seven seconds to cash in on the empty net and preserve the win.The Orange will return to action at home on Friday to start a two-game series with Robert Morris.Compiled by Jon Mettus, staff writer, firstname.lastname@example.org Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Earlier this week, the GRAMMY Museum named USC as its first official university partner, according to USC News. This new affiliation was created due to the museum’s long-established relationship with the USC Thornton School of Music.“USC Thornton and the GRAMMY Museum have been working together for some time now, and it is great to formalize our partnership with the new affiliate program,” said Robert Cutietta, dean of the Thornton School of Music, in a press release.The new partnership will grant USC access to the GRAMMY Museum’s information for educational use, curriculum purposes, internship opportunities and more.“USC’s designation as the first official GRAMMY Museum educational affiliate builds on a wonderful existing partnership,” Bob Santelli, executive director of the GRAMMY Museum, said in a press release. “As a proud USC alumnus, I couldn’t be more excited to continue to build a strong relationship with our neighbors in the USC community.”The GRAMMY Museum contains tributes to many longstanding legacies in music. Located at LA Live, the museum has 30,000 square feet of exhibits.Since opening in December 2008, the GRAMMY Museum has pushed for innovation with its acclaimed programs, interactive technology and unique exhibitions. The museum is looking for similarly minded institutions to collaborate with them as affiliates in order to further their mission and educational initiatives, according to the press release. More GRAMMY Museum university partners will be announced later this year.An event will take place at noon on Thursday, April 24 at the Flora L. Thornton Carolwood Courtyard to honor the new affiliation.
The Munster player is one of 17 forwards included in the 31 man panel….along with 14 backs. Other provincial representation includes Captain Paul O’Connell, Keith Earls and Simon Zebo. Leinster prop Tadhg Furlong also looks set to travel, despite only winning his first Test cap during last Saturday’s loss to Wales. Only two scrum half’s have been included in the squad.Eoin Reddan and Conor Murray travel while Isacc Boss and Kieran Marmion lose out.In the back three Andrew Trimble is left at home while Darren Cave is brought to cover the centre.
Patrick Jonker – William HillFTSE250 bookmaker William Hill will move to a new multi-brand operating structure, focusing on delivering long-term international digital growth, led by new asset Mr Green’s Malta hub.Operating an expanded portfolio which has absorbed the brands of Mr Green, RedBet and further acquired igaming domains, William Hill has established a new Malta ‘integrated team’ leading expansions across established European and emerging territories.The Malta integrated unit will be led by Patrick Jonker William Hill’s International Managing Director, who assume the title of Mr Green Malta CEO, heading up the existing Malta leadership team.Appointed as William Hill international MD Patrick Jonker commented: “Mr Green is a successful business and I am looking forward to working with the team to maximise the growth potential of our leading brands and products.”Moving to complete its takeover of MRG Group assets, William Hill further informs that MRG Chief Executive Per Norman will be leaving Mr Green’s executive team as MRG completes its delisting from the Stockholm Nasdaq exchange.William Hill will, however, continue to benefit from Per Norman’s experience and expertise as Chairman of the GLHF.gg Joint Venture which is focussed on the fast-growing eSports market.Commenting on the executive changes Per Norman said: “The strategic and logic of the acquisition is obvious, strong brands and size are prerequisites for future success. I am excited to be engaged and follow the William Hill group through my board position in GLHF.”As communicated in previous updates, the FTSE firm’s enlarged group digital strategy will be led by former Betsson AB Chief Executive Ulrik Bengtsson as Chief Digital Officer, who commented on initiatives;“We are making a small number of senior changes but otherwise we aim to allow Mr Green to continue to do what it does best and grow internationally. We are very pleased that the Group will continue to benefit from the experience of Per Norman and Jesper Kärrbrink in exciting joint ventures in esports and game development. Patrick Jonker will lead the Malta team as it targets international growth opportunities.” Share William Hill accelerates transformation agenda to overcome COVID realities August 5, 2020 Share Related Articles StumbleUpon TVBET passes GLI test for five live games in Malta and Italy August 25, 2020 SBC Magazine Issue 10: Kaizen Gaming rebrand and focus for William Hill CEO August 25, 2020 Submit
DES MOINES — The Iowa Transportation Commission has approved the latest version of the five-year road improvement plan.The pandemic has created some uncertainty about the state funding sources — but DOT planner Stuart Anderson says the commission adjusted. “The forecasts that commission used were all done pre-COVID-19, and in discussions with the commission, they decided to continue using those forecasts for the development of this program,” according to Anderson. This is a five-year program and hopefully, those impacts of COVID-19 don’t extend a real long period in that five-year program.”Anderson says the Transportation Commission has for the last several years used a stewardship approach in setting projects. “Which really means putting more money into rebuilding and repairing existing roads and bridges. Doing more modernization improvements along existing infrastructure,” Anderson says.New additions to the program this year include six-lane improvements on I-35 in Polk and Story Counties, I-74 Mississippi River Bridge replacement in Bettendorf, I-80/380 Interchange reconstruction near Iowa City, six-lane improvements on I-80 in Dallas and Johnson Counties, I-80 Mississippi River Bridge replacement in Scott County, I-380/Tower Terrace interchange construction in Hiawatha, and the interstate system reconstruction in Council Bluffs.He says they also added work to increase the resiliency of Iowa Highway 2 in southwest Iowa along the Missouri River to increase the elevation for the area that has seen a lot of flooding. Anderson says the amount of money spent on the road plan has stayed pretty stable. He says it was $3.5 billion last year and this year it is $3.6 billion. “The state funding is relatively flat. We of course has the fuel tax increase in 2015, which provided a big bump in funding.”You can see the complete plan on the Iowa DOT’s website.
Torrential rain forced play to be abandoned today in the Senior Men’s and Women’s North Regional Tournament at Pannal, Yorkshire, with the winners decided by the first round scores.Yorkshire’s Jim Butler won the men’s competition with 41 points while Warwickshire’s Liz Moverley took the honours for the ladies with 38 points.“It’s fantastic, I can’t believe it,” said Liz, who was also runner-up in the first of the season’s series of senior regional tournament. She added: “I’m disappointed not to play today because it’s such a nice course, but I wouldn’t have wanted to go out in this!”She was out in the first group yesterday and set the standard with impressively steady golf, notching up a string of pars and was finishing with a score of just six-over par gross.Yesterday’s first round was played in glorious weather with plenty of warm sunshine. Today, by contrast, was marred by extremely heavy rain and, with the bunkers filling up and puddles forming on the fairways and greens, play was abandoned.The general feeling among competitors was relief, with some cheers and hand clapping as the announcement was made, but others had been prepared to battle in the elements.Gillian Curley of Northamptonshire County spoke for them when she said: “My only disappointment is that I won’t have a chance to improve my score.” She was in contention with 35 points, but the rain put a stop to her challenge and she took second place.Third place in the ladies’ event went to Barbara Bateson of Lancaster who had 33 points and took the prize on countback from Cheryl Brown of Keighley.Meanwhile Jim Butler concluded a successful season in these tournaments with his victory in the men’s event. He’d previously been among the prizewinners in the first regional competition at Leamington & County.Jim, from Kirbymoorside, set up his score with solid striking, straight driving and a relaxed attitude: “I come to these thinking there’s no pressure, I’ve had good partners and we have a nice natter. It’s a day away from the hassle of work and it’s nice to make a score, but I wouldn’t have been fussed if I had only made 25!”He finished one point ahead of Bob Mason of Hobson Golf Club in Durham, who scored 40 points. Third place went to Geoff Thompson of Sickleholme in Derbyshire, with 38 points, on countback from Gary Emerson of Selby, Yorkshire.Although the event was cut short many of the competitors were enthusiastic about the tournament series and planning to return next year. Mick Cartwright, also from Sickleholme and a 12-handicapper, said: “It was fantastic to find that we were eligible to enter an England Golf event off our handicaps. We are very keen golfers and it’s great to enter something of a different level to our normal events.”Geoff Thompson, who plays off 13, added: “The sociable side is good too, we’ve met a couple of really nice guys from Silloth-on-Solway.”To image: England Golf Championship Director James Crampton checks the conditions (Image © Leaderboard Photography) 6 Sep 2013 Liz and Jim win as senior event is cut short