WhatsApp Economic impact of Big Ten announcement worries Bloomington, West Lafayette Facebook (“PURDUE UNIVERSITY” by taki Lau, CC BY-SA 2.0) Tourism officials in Indiana are weighing in on what the loss of fall sports means for the state.The Big 10 announced the cancellation of fall sports, including football, on Tuesday. Inside Indiana Business reports that the announcement was expected by officials in Bloomington and West Lafayette, who count on the millions of dollars that pour into the local economy during the I-U and Purdue football seasons.Hotels, restaurants and bars will miss out on roughly 40 thousand additional customers that would have come to town during home game weekends.They say the impact is felt more deeply in the two communities, because they are smaller than other Big Ten towns. Twitter Google+ Pinterest CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend MarketSports Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Google+ By Tommie Lee – August 12, 2020 0 406 Twitter Previous articleNotre Dame Football announces results of latest COVID-19 testsNext articleGoshen schools working to ensure all students have internet access Tommie Lee
At the March 21 meeting of the Faculty Council, its members heard reports on proposed updates to the Handbook for Students, the FAS’s plans for implementing the University’s conflict of interest policy, Harvard College admissions, and the Library.The Council next meets on April 4. The faculty next meets on April 10. The preliminary deadline for the meeting of the faculty is March 27 at noon.
Board decides to go slow on first appearance amendment Board decides to go slow on first appearance amendment Gary Blankenship Senior Editor Confronted with a new rule amendment on first appearance bonds and a new procedure for getting some amendments quickly to the Supreme Court, the Bar Board of Governors wasn’t sure it liked either.The board at its October 21 meeting in Palm Coast voted to delay its consideration of the amendments to Criminal Procedural Rules 3.131, 3.132, and 3.790 until December. In the meantime, it will inform the Fast Track Subcommittee of the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee of the delay, and invite the subcommittee to make any further changes or recommendations it feels are needed.The Bar will also inform the Supreme Court of the delay by letter. If the court indicates it wants the rules before December, then the Bar Executive Committee will prepare a response, Bar President Alan Bookman said, consulting with board members who practice criminal law.After an extensive debate, board members said they didn’t know enough to offer comments on the rule — which had been submitted to the board only four days before the meeting — and had concerns about a procedure that left them in that position.“Not doing criminal work, I don’t think we’ve heard enough [to act],” board member Carl Schwait.Board member Tim Sullivan agreed: “What we are going to share with the [fast track] subcommittee is there were concerns by some members of the board. We want to hear the other side.”“It’s a very far-reaching change,” said board member David Rothman, who introduced Ann Finnell of the Fast Track Subcommittee, who presented the rule amendment. “I have not seen rules that do this before.”Finnell said the subcommittee took up the first appearance rule as a result of the Supreme Court’s June 30 rulings in State v. Raymond, SC03-1263, and in In Re: Florida Rules Of Criminal Procedure 3.131 and 3.132, case no. OR-SC05-739. The court declared unconstitutional a statute on first appearance bonds. In that invalidated law, legislators mandated that nonmonetary bonds be denied at first appearances for defendants accused of violent crimes that resulted in a third degree felony or greater charges.The court said the law unconstitutionally infringed on the court’s rule-making authority, and sent the matter to the Fast Track Subcommittee to recommend how the law could be implemented.Finnell said the subcommittee, faced with an August 29 deadline, merely took the stricken statutory provisions and grafted them into the rules.“We are trying to respond and be responsive to the Supreme Court. We are not saying this is a good rule or a bad rule,” Finnell told the board. “We are merely trying to write language that will provide implementation of a statute.“We are not putting our seal of approval on it at all.. . . This is a procedure we thought would implement this statute if the Supreme Court wanted to adopt it.”Bar Executive Director John F. Harkness, Jr., reminded the board that it cannot amend, reject, or delay the submissions to the court of amendments from rules committees. It can only offer its comments or suggest changes to the rules committees.He also explained that the fast track process was set up by the court three years ago to get around the frequent year or two delay of conforming procedural rules to laws passed by the legislature. The fast track subcommittees of the various procedural rules committees are charged with reviewing legislative actions each year and making recommendations accordingly.Rothman noted that currently anyone arrested is entitled to a first appearance before a judge within 24 hours. The law would mean no nonmonetary bonds for those charged with serious violent crimes. Finnell said normally after an arrest, the state attorney must file charges within 21 days, which triggers another court appearance and bond opportunity, but in practice that next appearance may take longer.Some board members said the statute and rule were unfair to the indigent because those with means who are charged with violent crimes would still be able to post bond at the first hearing, but that opportunity would be denied to the poor. Others said they understood that objection, but wanted to hear from the other side before acting.The board eventually approved two motions. The first by board member Grier Wells asked the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee to reconsider the rule language and clarify if amendments were approved by the fast-track subcommittee only or by the full committee.The second motion, from board member Ervin Gonzalez, advised the Fast Track Subcommittee that the board had not had the opportunity to review the amendments and would take them up at its December meeting. November 15, 2005 Senior Editor Regular News
Press Association Portuguese defender Fonte, 30, has pledged his future to the St Mary’s outfit and will remain at the south coast club until at least 2017. “We are very happy because we like to keep the good players and the experienced players,” Koeman said. Southampton defender Jose Fonte has signed a new deal with the Barclays Premier League club, manager Ronald Koeman has announced. “Jose is the captain for this season on the field. We have another captain of the club – Kelvin Davis – but Jose is the captain on the pitch. “I am very pleased about his new contract, which shows our ambition and the philosophy of the club and I am happy about that.” Saints have lost the services of defenders Luke Shaw, Calum Chambers and Dejan Lovren, strikers Rickie Lambert and Dani Osvaldo and midfielder Adam Lallana this summer. Fonte, however, has chosen to remain, and said: “I’m very excited to be signing this new contract for another three years. This is where I feel at home. “I’ve been very successful at this club so it was an easy decision. “What made me sign was first we signed a very good manager, second, the fans have been great for me – they love me and I have a good relationship with them. “And third we have a lot of quality in the team and we will try to do even better than last season if we can.”
Save on Foods – Collecting donations February 26 – March 5th.Dairy Queen – Collecting Coins for the month of FebruaryBooster Juice – 10% of sales on Saturday February 28thMicSuds Car and Truck Wash – $1.00 from every wash on Fridays in FebruaryZooFood – $1.00 from each bag of dog food sold on Saturdays in FebruaryScotiabank – raising money for the CDCHairbin – 20% of retail sales on March 6thGreat Canadian Oil Change – on February 26 and February 27 $1.00 from every car wash, $3.00 from every oil change, $5.00 from every transmission flush.Good Ol Dayz – selling Smile Cookies throughout the month of February with proceeds going to the CDC. With one of the highest birth rates in Canada, new parents in Fort St. John can sometimes be faced with unique challenges, this is where the Child Development Centre can help. The CDC works with families in Fort St. John and the North Peace who have children with developmental difficulties.Each year the CDC works with hundreds of children in our region and as this community grows, they also need to grow.The goal this year is to raise over $100,000 with part of that going towards a new outdoor play space. The Child Development Centre needs your help, so they can continue to meet the growing needs of this community. For more on what the CDC does, visit www.cdcfsj.ca- Advertisement -You can help by donating to the 11th annual Arctech Welding and Machining A Day for the Kids. You an donate online by clicking the button above or you can also call in your donation to 250-787-7100 or you can donate in person when the fundraiser gets underway at 6am on March 5th live at Save-on-Foods.Plus this year the CDC and local businesses are holding special fundraising events during the month of February. See the list below….Advertisement You can also make a pledge a performer in the annual talent show. The 41st Annual Child Development Centre will take place Friday March 6th at the North Peace Cultural Centre. The show is free, but of course they will be looking for your donations. It all starts at 6pm and will also be broadcast live on Moose FM.Moose FM’s broadcast is sponsored by CCT Controls.
5 January 2012 70.2% of the matriculants who sat for the 2011 National Senior Certificate examinations at South Africa’s state schools passed their exams – a 2.4 percentage point increase on the previous year’s pass rate of 67.8%. “I am pleased to announce that the national pass rate for the Class of 2011 is 70.2%,” Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Wednesday evening, describing the progress as encouraging. “South Africa congratulates the Class of 2011.” In total, 496 090 candidates sat for their exams in 2011, compared to 537 543 candidates in 2010, while 80 116 part-time students wrote their exams. 24.3% of Grade 12 learners qualified for Bachelors’ studies – an increase from the year before, when the figure was 23.5%. A total of 104 033 matrics passed mathematics and a further 96 441 passed physical science.Improvement in science, concern over maths The department was pleased with the improved performance in science, while remaining concerned about the number of passes in maths, 46.3% compared to 2010’s 47.4%. Motshekga said the department would focus on a strategy to improve the pass rate in science and maths in 2012. There was also a drop in the pass rate for economics, due to learners having difficulty with questions based on contemporary economic issues. The department is also expected to focus on improving the participation of girl pupils and helping schools to improve pupils’ subject choices, working with partners from the private sector. Among South Africa’s nine provinces, the Western Cape registered the highest pass rate in 2011, at 82.9%, followed by Gauteng at 81.1%. The Eastern Cape had the lowest pass rate at 58.1%.‘Still a long way to go’ The minister acknowledged that there was still a long way to go to eradicate inequity, and that the results of the 2011 Annual National Assessments (ANA) were generally unfavourable. She said the department knew where the problems were and would refine the ANA. Learners in grades 1 to 6 and grade 9 will write the 2012 ANA in September, with the national ANA results to be announced in December. “We congratulate the Class of 2011 for a job well done, particularly those who performed exceptionally well,” Motshekga said. “Some of you may be disappointed with your results. There are many options open to you to improve your results. Try again, don’t give up now.” The exams were incident-free and proceeded without significant problems. “This goes to show the maturity of our examination system,” Motshekga said. The department’s director-general, Bobby Soobrayan, said the results were evidence of intervention programmes introduced by the department. “This is evidence of a maturing system; teachers have come to grips with the curriculum,” Soobrayan said. “The Class of 2011 was smaller than the Class of 2010, which shows that it’s a system searching for equilibrium,” Soobrayan added. Source: BuaNews
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest For the second year in a row, Ohio State Fair visitors concocted creative names for the 2015 iconic butter cow and calf, with Champ and Sugar selected as the winning names.Picked from hundreds of entries, the American Dairy Association Mideast named MollyWickham from Columbus the name game competition winner, awarding her with a Go Pro HERO LCD camera.Wickham’s entry, Champ and Sugar, was chosen because it captured the spirit of the display, giving a nod to the Ohio State Buckeye’s win in the Sugar Bowl and their victory in the first-ever College Football Playoff national championship.During the competition, which ran from the start of the fair on Wednesday, July 29 through Sunday, Aug. 9, fairgoers had the opportunity to submit names for the iconic pair via Twitter by following @OHDairyFarmers and using the hashtag #ButterCowNameGame.Other contestants milked the 2015 butter sculpture’s Ohio State Buckeye football theme,spreading Ohio pride with names like, “Urban Mooer and Shelly Mooer,” “Cowdale Jones and Braxton Mooler,” “Woody and Urb,” and “Buckeye and Little Nut.” Other notable entries included “Stick and Pat,” “Curds and Whey,” and “Yo and Gurt.”The naming contest dates back to the early 1980s, during which fairgoers would drop hand-written names into a large wooden milk carton. Last year, the contest moved from tear pads to Twitter.
LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary READ: Torres chokes out Ishige for debut win in ONE“This is my chance to establish my first winning streak in ONE Championship. It’s not impossible. That’s why I am exerting a tremendous amount of effort in training. I want to keep on winning,” said Torres, who beat Ishige by submission in the second round.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 21-year-old Torres thinks her opponent’s strength is her striking but the Zamboanga del Norte native said she’s prepared for anything.“From what I saw, I think she (Nita Dea) is a striker. She does not seem to hit the ground all that much. I am prepared to go toe-to-toe or take the match to the ground, wherever I think I have the advantage,” she said. Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Dea is impressive on paper. She is a national wrestling champion and a two-time national Wushu Sanda champion with a decent 12-4 record in kickboxing.“I felt really nervous in my first bout. But when I saw my opponent was right in front of me and remembered all the people who supported me, I relaxed and slowly put my focus on winning the match,” Torres said.“I want to win again because I want to give back to my gym and the people who love and support me. I am competing for my country. Everything I do is for all of them and as long as I can do this, I will keep doing this.”ADVERTISEMENT Read Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City UAAP Starting 5: Week 6 Stars face off at ONE: Dawn of Heroes PLAY LIST 01:42Stars face off at ONE: Dawn of Heroes00:51Torres vows to do best for Philippines in ONE championship debut02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Photo from ONE ChampionshipFilipino Jomary Torres came out of nowhere and beat Thai star Rika Ishige in ONE: Kings & Conquerors in Macau two months ago.Torres steps into the cage again against Indonesian kickboxer Nita Dea on Nov. 3 to prove her stunning victory against Ishige was no fluke.ADVERTISEMENT Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients
Touch Football Australia is pleased to announce the Australian Open teams that will compete in the 2016 Trans Tasman Series in New Zealand.The Australian Menâ€™s, Womenâ€™s and Mixed Open teams will travel to New Zealand in late April to compete against New Zealand in the 2016 instalment of the series, hoping to follow on from their success in the 2015 Touch World Cup in Coffs Harbour in May last year. TFA wishes to congratulate the following players who have been named in the Australian teams for the 2016 Trans Tasman Series. Australian Menâ€™s OpenDaniel Barton (NSW)Stuart Brierty (NSW)Scott Buckley (NSW)Scott Bundy (NSW)Terry Deegan (NSW)Shaun Francis (QLD)Nicholas Good (NSW)Dylan Hennessey (NSW)Jayden Love (QLD)Jordan Marshall-King (NSW)Ben Moylan (NSW)Robert Nakhla (NSW)Peter Norman (QLD)Jonathan Palau (NSW)Lachlan Pierce (QLD)Matt Prowse (NSW) Coach â€“ Tony TradAssistant â€“ Paul SfeirAssistant â€“ Phil GyemoreManager â€“ Glenn Hayes Coach â€“ Swain RovelliAssistant â€“ Craig MorrowAssistant â€“ Michael MoussaManager â€“ Kim Solman Australian Womenâ€™s Open Elizabeth Campbell (QLD)Tayla Clifford (NSW)Danielle Davis (NSW)Rachelle Davis (NSW)Hannah Dyball (NSW)Samantha Hopkin (QLD)Mia Johnstone (QLD)Ashleigh Kearney (QLD)Laura Peattie (NSW)Hayley Maddick (QLD)Yasmin Meakes (NSW)Leah Percy (VIC)Samantha Rodgers (NSW)Kimberley Sue See (QLD)Emma Sykes (QLD)Marikki Watego (QLD) Australian Mixed Open Jayden Benbow (QLD)James Blackwood (NSW)Simon Lang (NSW)Cameron Nicholls (NSW)Adam Pryde (QLD)Michael Singh (NSW)Dean Springfield (NSW)Dylan Thompson (NSW)Ciaran Toner (NSW)Trent Touma (NSW)Patricia Michaelopoulos (NSW)Elin Mortimer (NSW)Zara Nicholas (NSW)Leah Opie (NSW)Paige Parker (QLD)Katherine Stevens (QLD) Coach â€“ Micheal Lovett Assistant â€“ Justin CreightonAssistant â€“ David NolanManager â€“ Mark Harrington Congratulations also to the following referees who will officiate in the series:David BaggioKim SkellyMatt LaveryBrett FreshwaterRelated Filesaustralian_team_announcement_media_release-pdfRelated LinksAussie Teams Named
The former footballer believes the English Premier League team makes world-class players suffer when they come to the clubManchester United is currently living its worst start in an English Premier League season.The Red Devils are currently in the eighth position with 13 points from 8 matches.And for former footballer Paul Scholes, there’s something in the club that turns off world-class talent.Match Preview: Barcelona vs Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Is derby time in La Liga, as Barcelona welcomes Valencia to the Camp Nou Stadium tonight at 21:00 (CET).“I look at the current squad and I don’t think there’s a lack of quality there,” Scholes told ESPN.“I do think they miss a couple of real class players that other top teams seem to have.”“I’m thinking of a De Bruyne, Hazard or David Silva, a link player between the midfield and the forwards,” he added.“But it feels like every player who comes into the team struggles. I feel like we could sign Lionel Messi at the moment and he’d struggle in this team.”