Estel Earl Gover, 92, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, formerly of Aurora, passed away Wednesday, February 14, 2018.He was born June 25, 1925 in Norwood, OH, son of the late Marion Woodrow Gover and Alma Jane Rogers Gover Dapprich.He served his country as a proud member of the United States Navy during WWII.Estel worked as a Trade Welder. He was a member of the Aurora Church of Christ, Aurora American Legion and Kentucky Masonic Lodge. He enjoyed singing in the church choir. Estel loved the farm, gardening, hunting, fishing and horses. He was also a bee keeperSurviving are daughters, Joyce (Gary) Bruehl of Liberty Township, OH, Bev (Russ) DeSalvo of Aurora, IN; sister, Aileen Stephano of MI; grandchildren, Amy, Adam, and Angela DeSalvo; great-grandchildren, Addyson, Joshua, and Jared DeSalvo, Skylar, Trey, Rylee, and Kaylee Thies.He was preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife of 61 years, Violet H. Gover, 1 brother and 1 sister.Friends will be received Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home.Services will be held at the Funeral Home at 2:00 pm.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana. Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the Aurora Rescue Unit. 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
Gimenez said that he came to a compromise on the matter and that people heading to the gyms will be required to wear masks the entire time they are inside the gym.Ballrooms, banquet facilities, party venues, short-term rentals and indoor dining rooms at restaurants will still be forced to close. Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez will allow gyms to remain open in the county.The announcement comes after he initially ordered gyms to shut down.Miami-Dade mayor Carlos Gimenez to close restaurant dining rooms, fitness centers, gyms & more
The day that Palm Beach County residents, business owners and visitors have been waiting for is almost here…or is it?Although local officials received Gov. Ron DeSantis’ approval on Thursday afternoon to move to phase 2 of the reopening plan next Tuesday, the plan will take quite a while to go into full effect.That’s because county commissioners developed and submitted a staggered phase 2 plan, due to concerns of triggering a spike or another outbreak in coronavirus cases if more businesses and services were allowed to resume operations at the same time.With that in mind, here’s the tentative schedule they developed, and which DeSantis subsequently approved:On Tuesday, Sept. 8, retail stores, as well as museums, libraries, personal services that are not already open may do so, and gyms and fitness centers may finally operate at full capacity.Restaurants will also be allowed to have full outdoor capacity while continuing indoor service. That includes being allowed to eat at the bar.Movie theaters can reopen at 50 percent of their total capacity, while playhouses can operate at 33 percentBowling alleys may open half of their lanes, with four players maximum allowed per lane. Meanwhile, escape rooms will also be allowed to reopen, but cannot host mixed player games. Instead they would only operate for private parties at different timesIn addition, venues such as trampoline centers and other indoor entertainment activities can occur at 50 percent of their capacityEven though local officials had wanted to delay the opening of school campuses, County Mayor Dave Kerner says DeSantis is requesting a Sept. 14 reopening of brick-and-mortar learning, but is also considering a request from Kerner to put that off by a week.This morning, Mayor Kerner met with Fl Governor Ron DeSantis & delivered letter requesting to move PBC to Phase 2.PBC sent letter & County’s Incremental Phase 2 Re-opening Plan to the Governor late Wednesday requesting PBC be moved to Phase 2. https://t.co/rgtcVE5YmF pic.twitter.com/BIxY59LdKP— Palm Beach County (@pbcgov) September 3, 2020The next part of phase 2 is set to start Monday, Oct. 19.It will include the reopening of auditoriums, bingo parlors, comedy clubs, and concert houses at half capacity.The third and final portion of phase could come two weeks after that, on Monday. Nov. 2.At that point, movie theaters may expand to 75 percent capacity and playhouses to 66 capacity.Additionally, bowling alleys will be allowed to use all of their lanes.Escape rooms, however, would continue to operate with the restrictions of not having mixed player games and only hosting private events.On the other hand, indoor entertainment venues will be able to use 75 percent of their capacity, with groups of no more than 15 people.“Today, we’re moving Palm Beach into Phase Two, and they’ve done very, very well,” DeSantis said in making the announcement.He went on to say, That’s been really strong momentum and we believe it’s gonna continue.”It’s safe to say that state and local officials are certainly optimistic about the plan.Still, time will tell whether going into phase 2 incrementally will help the local economy bounce back, or if it will do more harm if many businesses still cannot operate normally for months and customers aren’t there.
DORTMUND: German giants Borussia Dortmund on Monday announced the signing of 17-year-old mid-fielder Jude Bellingham from Birmingham City in a ‘long-term’ deal.Dortmund reportedly paid 25 million pounds plus add ons to acquire the services of the talented mid-fielder and he is set to earn in excess of 50,000 pounds per week. Premier League clubs Manchester United and Chelsea were also said to be after his signature but Jadon Sancho’s rise at Dortmund seemingly forced Bellingham to follow suit. Bellingham had reportedly even visited the two team’s training grounds Carrington and Cobham respectively. IANS Headline:Dortmund to sign Bellingham, Bundesliga Transfer News Also watch: #NewsMakers: Prof Devesh Walia, Dept if Environmental Studies, NEHU Shillong
He made it plain to the Ivorien Football Federation in November that he wanted to play for the Elephants rather than the Three Lions of Gareth Southgate.Missing from the squad for the tournament in Gabon starting on January 14 was the Elephant’s injured Chinese-based captain Gervinho.Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier and Stoke City forward Wilfried Bony also figured.Elephants warm up for the defence of their 2015 title with friendlies against Sweden and Uganda.At the Nations Cup, Cote d’Ivoire and Togo are meet on January 16 in the opening Group C match followed by Democratic Republic of Congo and Morocoo.Squad:Goalkeepers: Sylvain Gbohouo (Mazembe/DRC), Mande Sayouba (Stabaek/NOR), Ali Badra Sangaré (Tanda/CIV)Defenders: Eric Bailly (Manchester United/ENG), Serge Aurier (PSG/FRA), Simon Deli (Slavia Prague/CZE), Ousmane Viera Diarrassouba (Adanaspor/TUR), Wilfried Kanon (The Hague/NED), Lamine Koné (Sunderland/ENG), Adama Traoré (Basle/SUI), Bagayoko Mamadou (Saint Truiden/BEL)Midfielders: Geoffrey Serey Dié (Basle/SUI), Victorien Angban(Grenada/ESP), Cheick Doukouré (Metz/FRA), Franck Kessié (Bergamo/ITA), Yao Serge N’Guessan (Nancy/FRA), Jean-Michaël Séri (Nice/FRA)Forwards: Wilfried Bony (Stoke City/ENG), Max-Alain Gradel (Bournemouth/ENG), Jonathan Kodjia (Aston Villa/ENG), Giovanni Sio (Rennes/FRA), Salomon Kalou (Hertha Berlin/GER), Nicolas Pépé (Angers/FRA), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace/ENG)Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram A cluster of Premier League stars including Eric Bailly and Wilfried Zaha was named yesterday in defending champions the Cote d’Ivoire’s 24-player squad for the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations.Crystal Palace winger Zaha features in the list released by the team’s French manager Michel Dussuyer despite playing two games for England.But as those caps were both in friendlies the 24-year-old remains eligible to line up for the country of his birth.
Fredrick Lawson (24-0, 20 KOs) was upset by Kevin Bizier (24-2, 16 KOs) in an IBF welterweight title eliminator. Lawson’s biggest problem besides not matching Bizier for power or activity was his tendency to lean over his front foot.This subsequently always kept Lawson in punching range whenever he tried to get off. After both fighters went toe-to-toe in the opening round, Lawson’s back was often toward the ropes as Bizier bossed the action around the ring.Lawson was later hurt and dropped by a right hand in round 5 and was never able to turn the momentum around. Lawson’s trainer Abel Sanchez stopped the fight at the conclusion of round 10 because he believed his fighter’s jaw was broken.The announced official time of the stoppage was 2:59, though common sense would dictate 3 full minutes. Bizier now becomes the mandatory challenger for IBF champion Kell Brook. Brook bested the only man to beat Bizier, Jo Jo Dan, with relative ease earlier this year.In the opening bout of the night, Walter Castillo (26-3, 19 KOs) was very lucky to get a draw against Keita Obara (15-1, 14 KOs) in an IBF junior welterweight eliminator.Newly crowned IBF champion Eduard Troyanovsky probably wasn’t sweating a fight with either guy, but Obara arguably pitched a shutout from round 3 onward. Obara showed exceptional footwork and outpunched Castillo with better speed and combinations. Castillo exposed flaws in Obara’s defense but simply did not land enough or more devastatingly. The official scorecards read 115-113 for Obara and 114-114 (x2).
The Clippers’ list of injured players is long and varied. Blake Griffin has a concussion. Austin Rivers has an ankle impingement. Patrick Beverley underwent season-ending knee surgery. Danilo Gallinari has a gluteus maximus injury. Milos Teodosic has a plantar fascia injury.They’re not alone in missing key players because of injuries.The Golden State Warriors, the Clippers’ opponent Wednesday in Oakland, have taken to listing most of their top players on their injured list. Steph Curry sat out 11 games because of a sprained ankle and Kevin Durant has missed the past three games because of a calf strain.Chris Paul of the Houston Rockets has been sidelined for extended periods because of knee injuries and adductor injuries. James Harden, Paul’s teammate, is out because of a hamstring injury, missing last week’s showdown with the Warriors. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The San Antonio Spurs have been without Kawhi Leonard for most of the season because of a quadriceps injury and more recently because of a partially torn shoulder muscle. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said earlier this season he’s never seen a quad injury like Leonard’s.“Never, never,” Popovich said.Except that the Spurs’ Tony Parker had a similar quad injury that sidelined him.The list goes on and on around the NBA.“There’s a million theories,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said when asked earlier this week why there seem to be more injuries to key players around the league this season than ever before. “It’s a great question. I wish I had an answer. I don’t have an answer.” Doc Rivers, who likes to joke that Doc is just his nickname and that he’s not an actual medical doctor, then offered one theory.“I wish all of them played more basketball,” he said. “Clearly, that’s not the whole reason, but I just think guys played basketball years ago. Just a lot of basketball. It’s not lost on me that Jamal Crawford is always healthy because he plays basketball.”NBA players are stronger, bigger and faster than when Rivers played in the league with the Atlanta Hawks, Clippers, New York Knicks and Spurs from 1983-96. He said he admires the dedication to their workout routines, but he wonders if they weren’t overdoing it.“Guys now do all the other stuff, which I think is important, but the game they play is basketball,” he said. “When the season starts, they haven’t played. They’ve been doing all the other stuff. Then the season starts and we ask them to play 40 minutes of basketball and their bodies aren’t used to it. That’s my second grade theory.”The Clippers’ injuries have nothing in common. It’s not as if they’ve suffered a string of sprained ankles. For example, Griffin’s concussion happened when the Warriors’ JaVale McGee accidentally struck him in the head during a drive to the basket.It could have happened at any time in any similar situation.Rivers acknowledged he’s just guessing about the reasons for all the injuries, but he does know one thing: There seem to be a lot more of them this season than in the past and it’s made a big impact around the league, and so far no team has been hurt more by them than the Clippers.“Sometimes it’s just freak injuries,” he said. “This year, there’s a lot of them. I don’t know the answer. I don’t have any clues there. These guys have muscles I didn’t even know about, literally, so I couldn’t hurt any of them because I didn’t have any of them.“I don’t know. There are a lot of injuries in our league right now.”
Under ordinary circumstances, it might seem a silly degree of concern for an ankle sprain. But Ball is no ordinary rookie. On the night of the injury, Walton stressed the need to keep Ball on the floor to ensure the Lakers could continue to grow around him.Without Ball, the Lakers have continued to put in more elements of their offense, putting pressure on Ball to learn more from the sidelines.“We’re still working on just getting familiar with the different reads, with the different options,” Walton said. “We’re putting in an offense that has play calls to it right now but eventually we’d like it to just be reads for the players.”Ball’s injury, minor though it initially seemed, has been a setback for the Lakers, disrupting their preseason strategy and delaying their timeline.There is not, however, much of anything that can be done about that.“He played in the first couple games,” Walton said. “When he’s healthy, the training staff will give us the clear and he’ll get ready to go.”DEFENSE IMPROVING?After allowing an average of 116 points over the first three games of the preseason, and earning a tongue-lashing from Walton following a 128-107 loss to Denver on Oct. 4, the Lakers seem to have figured out a couple of things defensively.After rewatching the 105-99 loss against Utah, Walton said, “We found a lot of good half-court defensive stuff we did again. Which obviously we’re thrilled about.”Of course, there were things Walton did not care for. Transition defense, once again, was suspect. They fouled too much at the rim.“Those were the kind of focal points in the film room on the defensive end,” Walton said. “But on the whole we were very happy with how we defended last night.”After the Lakers did not show early signs of improvement, some began to fear they would once again be among the league’s worst defensive teams. Those concerns have been temporarily put to rest.“I am 100 percent sure that we are going to be better than last year,” veteran Corey Brewer said. “We are not going to be 30th, come on now. That’s horrible. You can see that we have shown signs that we can really do it and I think we will do it.”Brewer, one of the Lakers’ best wing defenders, went so far as to say, “we should be a top-five offensive team and a top-10 defensive team.” EL SEGUNDO — Sitting on the sidelines in shower shoes and a crisp white Big Baller Brand hoodie, Lonzo Ball watched as another day of Lakers basketball rolled on without him.The prized rookie continues to sit out with a sprained ankle that was initially labeled as mild, but has proved to be anything but.Enlisted as the new face of a team whose offensive philosophy was constructed around him, Ball has been limited to light drills since suffering the injury on Oct. 2.The highly anticipated start to Ball’s Lakers career has sputtered out of the gates. He has missed three consecutive preseason games and is listed as questionable for Friday’s exhibition finale against the Clippers. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersCoach Luke Walton said he was hoping Ball could play, but did not sound especially confident it would happen.“Do I plan on him playing?” Walton said. “No. We’re going about coaching this with the guys that we know are available.”Ball worked out before Tuesday’s loss to Utah with assistant coach Miles Simon, and did so again before practice on Wednesday, Walton said. The Lakers would like to see him complete a practice before playing in a game, but that could be either Thursday or in an extended shootaround Friday.On Wednesday, Walton acknowledged the injury has been trickier than he initially expected.“I didn’t think he would miss the whole preseason,” Walton said, “but you try not to really think like that. They’re injuries, you can’t and you don’t want to rush players back.”
Sumner Newscow report â€” Caldwell and Argonia, both top seeds in their respective volleyball regionals, are on their way to state!CALDWELL:Caldwell won the Class 1A Div. 1 sub-state volleyball tournament in South Haven. Caldwell had a bye in the first round. After South Haven defeated Central Burden in an exciting three-game match 21-25, 25-18, 25-21, the Sumner County rivals squared off in the second round. Caldwell would win Â 25-17, 25-12.The Lady Bluejays then played a tough three-game match with Cedar Vale-Dexter. After losing the first match 25-22, Caldwell would come back and win 25-15, and 25-12 to go to state.Caldwell, now at 36-3, will play in the Class 1A Division 1 state volleyball tournament in Hays. The Bluejays are the No. 1 seed with a 36-3. The Jays will play a round robin with Lacrosse 16-20, Spearville 29-6, and Goessel 32-8. On the bottom half of the bracket it will be Hoxie 35-3, Scandia-Pike Valley 25-23, Centralia 34-5, and Waverly 30-8.The top two teams of each bracket will advance to the championship round on Saturday. For the state tournament bracket click here.ARGONIA:Â Going in as the only team with a winning record, the 31-5 Argonia team, had little trouble winning the Chetopa Class 1A Division II sub-state. Argonia received an open bye in the first round. In the second, Argonia beat Colony-Crest 25-7, 25-4. In the championship game, Argonia beat Buffalo-Altoona-Midway 25-4, 25-6.Argonia will now go to the Class 1A Div. II state tournament at Fort Hays State University. Argonia, 34-5, will be the No. 3 seed in the Pool II bracket. Sharon Springs 34-4 , Attica 21-16, and Logan 24-12 are in the same bracket as Argonia. In the Pool 1 bracket it will be Baileyville B&B 37-3, Ingalls 18-18, Beloit-St. Johns/Tipton 28-8 and Dighton 27-12.The top two teams of each bracket will advance to the championship round on Saturday. For the state tournament bracket click here. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
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