Milk Giveaway in Dearborn County

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first_imgLawrenceburg, IN— Purdue Extension- Dearborn County along with Praire Farms and the Dearborn County Farm Bureau will once again be distributing free milk at the Dearborn Couty Fairgrounds in Lawrenceburg On Wednesday, July 29.  They will be giving away more than 4,300 gallons of milk to those in attendance for the drive-through event that will run from 9 am to 6 pm that day.  They are also seeking volunteers to help at the giveaway.  If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to register.last_img


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first_imgThe men’s track team is headed to Texas this weekend in their second meet of the outdoor season and has high hopes to excel and gain a few regional-qualifying marks. Though the team is sending only seven participants to this weekend’s events, it has an optimistic outlook.Head coach Ed Nuttycombe’s expectations for this weekend are set high for the seven athletes going to the meet, which includes jumpers Alonzo Moore and Rick Bellford, sprinter Demi Omole and the 4-by-400 team of Joe Detmer, Scott Hogseth, James Groce and Luke Hoenecke.”We’re taking Alonzo Moore and Rick Bellford in the long and triple jump. Demi Omole is going to run the 100, and we’re taking a 4-by-400. We’re only taking seven people and they’re all very good, high-level athletes,” Nuttycombe said, “and so … even though [the group]’s small, I hope we get some things done with these guys.”Detmer is one of the members of the 4-by-400-meter relay team expected to excel this weekend.”For this weekend, I wouldn’t say that I’m 100 percent because I’ve been mostly focusing on my [decathlon] events, and this weekend I’m running the 4-by-400, so we’ll see how we do,” Detmer said this of his race.Even though Detmer believes he is not at full strength, he still has high hopes to do well this weekend.”We’re just going to try to do what we can do and hopefully qualify,” Detmer said.Detmer has provisionally qualified in the decathlon for the NCAA Outdoor Championships.”It was a good job for Joe Detmer this early in the year. I think that bodes well for him later on,” said Nuttycombe.By qualifying early in the outdoor season, Detmer can participate in other events where the team needs him. “We’re trying to qualify this weekend for regions, and so were trying to put a good 4-by-400 [meters] together.” He had most of the winter to prepare for the outdoor season after redshirting his indoor season. Detmer’s outdoor season has gotten off to a good start. “[I’m] just getting back into it. I redshirted indoor [season]. [I’m] just getting back into the competing thing. It’s not too bad, though.”After a successful indoor season, the bar is set high for Omole in the outdoor season. During the indoor season, the junior was the Big Ten champion in the 60 meters, while at the national indoor championships, he finished third in running a quick 6.64 seconds. Omole will run the 100 meters this weekend in Texas.Moore, a senior, will see some action as well this weekend participating in the triple jump. Moore finished 10th in the triple jump at 51 feet, four inches at the indoor national championships. Moore hopes to jump better than that this weekend. Moore’s personal record for the triple jump is 53 feet, nine inches.Team captain Bellford ran on the 4-by-100-meter team last weekend that took second with a time of 40.31 seconds, qualifying them for the NCAA Mideast Regional. Bellford hopes to pull off a high mark to gain his own qualifying mark in the long jump this weekend.Nuttycombe is confident in his small team and says they are ready to compete. “I think they’re ready. I think they’re excited. They know that this is one of the better, bigger, high-powered early-season meets. I think they’re ready and they’ll do well.”last_img read more


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first_imgA double overtime game-winner saw the University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team (7-5-2, 4-2 Big Ten) upset No. 18 Michigan (9-4-1, 3-2-1 Big Ten) at the McClimon Complex Friday.Freshman Noah Melick was the man to send the fans home happy when his 107th-minute strike sailed past Michigan goalkeeper Henry Mashburn and into the back of the net. The late winner adds to Melick’s fine run of attacking form — his third goal in three games.The match was tightly contested throughout as Wisconsin battled hard to fight off the attacking advances from their highly ranked opponent. Michigan applied plenty of pressure, especially in the second half when they had 10 shots to Wisconsin’s three.Men’s soccer: Badgers can’t tame Nittany Lions in tightly contested road matchAfter their match against Green Bay was cancelled, the University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team (6-5-2, 3-2 Big Ten) looked Read…But Badger goalkeeper Dean Cowdroy and his defense were up to the task and remained staunch, refusing to let Michigan in, with Cowdroy posting his sixth shutout of the season.In a post-match conversation with UW Athletics Wisconsin head coach John Trask was full of praise for his defense.“We pressed the game in overtime because I knew our backs wouldn’t get beat in the air or on the ground,” Trask said. “That’s how much confidence I have in that back four in tough situations.”The Badgers were physical throughout, with referee Calin Radosav calling 20 fouls on the home side, to go along with 13 on their opponents, no cards were brandished however.Football: Deal, Taylor lead Badgers to dominant 49–20 win over IllinoisIllinois had to have had just about the worst Madison experience possible Saturday. An away game versus a ranked opponent Read…Wisconsin’s gritty defense in the face of a daunting Michigan attack — who had registered 28 goals in 11 outings prior to the match — allowed their own attack a platform on which they could seal the victory in double overtime. A point that was reiterated by head coach John Trask.“There is something special about a team that can win games in overtime — it’s very hard to do,” Trask said. “To pitch a shutout against that team and give our attack a shot to score a goal was simply outstanding.”The victory leaves Wisconsin sitting third in the Big Ten standings with two fixtures remaining on their schedule. They travel to Northwestern (4-7-5, 0-4-3 Big Ten) Wednesday and then return home against The Ohio State (1-12-2, 0-5-1 Big Ten) to conclude the regular season Sunday.last_img read more


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first_imgROSEAU, Dominica, CMC – The High Court will meet on Friday ahead of Monday’s sitting to hear an application from seven people, including a former government minister, seeking to postpone the December 6 general elections to February next year.Former Antigua and Barbuda attorney general, Queen Counsel Justin Simon is leading a battery of lawyers representing the seven persons who say the elections should not take place unless procedures are fully in place to hold the poll.They have named the President of Dominica, Charles Savarin, the Chief Elections Officer, the Cabinet of Dominica, the Attorney general and the state-owned DBS radio.High Court judge, Justice Bernie Stephenson, will hear the matter on Monday but it comes up for direction on Friday with the legal representatives from all sides expected to be present.The seven – former agriculture minister and political activist, Atherton Martin, the president of the Concerned Citizens Movement, Loftus Durand, Nicholas George, Dr. Irving Pascal, Oswald George, Atherly Robin and Dale Laurant – are seeking an interim injunction restraining the parties concerned from holding the elections on December 6, or an any other date, prior to February 5, 2020 unless the procedures are fully in place to hold the elections.In their application, the seven are arguing that the elections should not be held until the names of ineligible voters are removed from the list and all objections filed before November 19 are dealt with in accordance with the law.Further, they say that voter Identification cards must be issued only to eligible voters.They have also filed an interim order against the state-owned DBS radio, restraining it from discriminating against any political party or candidate in the upcoming general election in any way.The applicants have in the past joined the main opposition United Workers Party (UWP) in calling for electoral reform, but the ruling Dominica Labour Party (DLP) government has accused opposition legislators of undertaking measures preventing the necessary legislation from being debated in the Parliament in the past.In the last general election, the DLP won 16 of the 21 seats in the Parliament with the remainder going to the UWP.CMClast_img read more