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first_imgRising Sun, IN—The annual Indiana Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, September 19, 2019, at 7:00 PM. The service is held at the Indiana memorial located at 102 N. Senate Avenue, Indianapolis. Chief David P. Hewitt, end of watch February 13, 2019, from the Rising Sun Police Department, will be honored and added to the state memorial that night.Hewitt, 49,  died in a single-vehicle accident on State Road-56 in Switzerland County. According to the the Switzerland County Sheriff’s Office, icy road conditions may have played a role in the accident.In case of Incremental weather, the event will be held in the Capitol Rotunda.last_img

first_imgGREENSBORO, N.C. — Take a quick scan of the room and the Syracuse table stands out.At most of the other schools’ tables, there was a sampling of the teams’ skills — usually a bigger lineman or linebacker and an agile, but smaller skill player that the Atlantic Coast Conference is known for.Not at SU’s table, where the 6-foot-2, 290-pound Macky MacPherson sat across the table from the 6-foot-4, 285-pound Jay Bromley. Both play in the middle of the field– MacPherson as a center and Bromley as a defensive tackle– and will be central to the Orange’s success this season and the culture that new head coach Scott Shafer is emphasizing at Syracuse.“It starts in the trenches,” Bromley said. “There is no Tajh Boyd if his line doesn’t block, there’s no Ryan Nassib if his line doesn’t block. The game starts and ends in the trenches.”Twenty minutes before they sat down in the Grandville Ballroom at the Grandover Resort and Conference Center for the ACC Football Kickoff, Boyd commanded attention at a table nearby. By the time MacPherson and Bromley actually sat and spoke, a Florida State wide receiver and defensive back had taken Boyd’s table. Maryland was represented by a quarterback and a defensive back and Pittsburgh had a wide receiver there, as well.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMacPherson and Bromley were mountainous presences in their corner of the room, indicative of how they will take to the ACC.Clemson and Florida State are the centerpieces, with their high-flying offenses being the shining examples of what the ACC is known for. MacPherson and Bromley both know that — they both repeatedly cited that as what stands out to them about their new conference.Syracuse doesn’t necessarily have the ultra-talented skill players or a clear-cut veteran quarterback, and that played into MacPherson and Bromley’s representation for SU on Sunday. But it’s also a glimpse into the style that the Orange will play. Without those skill guys or an established quarterback, SU’s success will rely on trench play more than ever.“I think we’re an intense ground-and-pound, we’re-going-to-impose-our-will-on-you-kind of team and we’re going to do that by being physical and being tough,” MacPherson said. “And that’s the way we’re going to do it.”MacPherson himself knows a lot about the ACC. He’s a college football fan and has watched most teams play. The ACC is a major conference that puts teams in high-profile bowl games, so MacPheron’s interest makes sense.SU is coming off a conference title, but in the smaller Big East. Elements of that could be in play this year — MacPherson points out that most teams probably don’t know a lot about Syracuse, but the inverse is true, too. A lack of familiarity with Syracuse could surprise some teams, but the Orange hasn’t seen most of these teams either.Sunday was the Orange’s first chance to get an up-close peek at its new conference rivals. Bromley has had a chance now to meet them away from the football field even if they’re “just guys in shorts and slacks.” Sunday was a first impression, but to Bromley the impressions won’t matter until play begins.“We realize that they’re regular people,” Bromley said. “They’re cool guys, I’m having fun with them. They’re funny guys, I wouldn’t mind being their teammate, but at the end of the day we play for opposite schools and one day we’re going to meet on that field.”Plenty could change by the time SU begins actually playing in the ACC. Some under-the-radar player could become a star in training camp. The wide receiver position could find more stability. A quarterback will almost certainly be established.Whatever transpires over the next month or so, though, Syracuse has an identity. It’s different than most ACC teams’, but in the minds of MacPherson and Bromley it’s one that can lead to success — even in a new league.“Personally, I’m biased because I’m an offensive lineman, but your teams win or lose in the trenches,” MacPherson said. “You can have the best quarterback, running back and wide receiver in the nation. If you don’t have a half-way decent offensive line to protect them, you’re not going to win games.” Comments Published on July 21, 2013 at 8:39 pm Contact David: [email protected] | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgMorris averaged 11.5 points and 5.1 rebounds in 26 minutes per game for the Wizards this season. He shot 43.6 percent from the field and 33.3 percent from 3-point range.The Rockets, Lakers and Raptors all created space on their rosters with trades before the deadline. Related News NBA trade deadline: Rockets moves designed to ‘play the buyout market,’ GM says Multiple teams may want to add Markieff Morris.The Lakers, Rockets and Raptors are all interested in signing the forward, according to a report from Yahoo Sports. He became a free agent last week when he was bought out by the Pelicans after they acquired him in a trade with the Wizards. Sources: Add Toronto in this group. https://t.co/V0Iw710cc2— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) February 12, 2019The 29-year-old is expected to join a team this week, according to Yahoo Sports’ report. Morris has been out since Dec. 26 with a neck injury. But, he received a second opinion this week and was cleared to return to the court, according to the report.last_img read more

first_img…questions timing of probe without regulatory oil agenciesReports of an investigation into the award of oil blocks being done by the State Asset Recovery Unit can harm Guyana by discouraging investors from vying for future oil blocks. This is according to the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industries (GCCI).SARA Director, ProfessorClive ThomasAt a press conference on Tuesday, head of the GCCI’s Petroleum arm, Charles Ramson, expressed worry over the impact these revelations have on Guyana’s image. He noted that the fact that the revelations initially appeared in Bloomberg means thousands in the global business community would have read this unsavoury news.“It’s dangerous for our investment climate, destroys investor confidence and it creates that level of uncertainty that we don’t need right now. We haven’t produced a drop as yet. And you already want to send bad signals to the international community? It’s highly improper, irregular and totally disturbing.”Ramson hastened to add that in cases where there is evidence of fraud, an investigation would be warranted. But he noted that because of the impact such pronouncements would have on investor climate, preliminary disclosures should be kept under wraps.Meanwhile, GCCI President Nicholas Boyer decried the haphazard way in which the investigation is being done. He also noted that the investigation is being done at a time when much of the regulatory framework for the industry has not even been set up.“At this point I think we’re shooting in the dark. I think SARA is wasting its time because of the lack of having a petroleum commission in place, lack of policies saying how it’s going to issue future blocks and approach relinquishment.”On May 22, an article appeared in the New York-based Bloomberg website, in which SARA Director, Dr Clive Thomas was quoted confirming that there was a probe. According to Thomas, the probe was in its early stages and would be centred on the award of blocks and licences to ExxonMobil and Tullow.Thomas was quoted by Bloomberg as saying “we’re investigating the issuance of the licences, for example, and the various blocks. We’re building up a case. This is an area of investigation into how the blocks were allocated and the decisions that were made.”“We’re at an investigatory stage so we can’t libel persons by saying that we found proof of anything. There’s enough evidence for us to want to continue the investigation,” the article also quoted him saying.The Stabroek Block is 6.6 million acres (26,800 square kilometres). ExxonMobil affiliate, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited, is operator and holds 45 per cent interest in the Stabroek Block. Hess Guyana Exploration Ltd holds 30 per cent interest and CNOOC Petroleum Guyana Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CNOOC Limited, holds 25 per cent interest.Meanwhile, the Orinduik oil block administered by Tullow is just a few kilometres from Exxon’s discoveries in the Liza and Payara fields in Stabroek. Tullow had in February announced it was bringing forward its drilling programme from the previously scheduled end of the year to the second quarter.It had announced that the Jethro prospect would be drilled in June.On the other hand, its Carapa prospect in Kanuku will be drilled in the third quarter. It is understood that the net cost of the Jethro well is US$30 million, while the Carapa well will cost US$20 million.Tullow’s partner in the Orinduik block, Eco Atlantic, had announced that drilling on the Joe prospect will begin in mid-July of this year. They had announced that the Stena forth drill ship will move directly to the Joe, after it finishes drilling the Jethro Lobe Well in the Orinduik block.last_img read more

first_imgMET Eireann has upgraded its weather warning for County Donegal to Orange status this evening following a day of chaos in southern counties.Hurricane force winds of 160km/hr have been recorded in Munster and Leinster today.While winds will ease as they hit Donegal, they will still rise to up to 130km/hr, said Met Eireann. More than 260,000 homes across the south are without power.Storm Darwin has caused substantial damage in many counties with a  state of emergency declared in Kilkenny and Shannon Airport forced to close.STATUS ORANGE WARNINGWind Warning for Cavan, Monaghan and Donegal Stormy this evening with westerly winds of mean speeds of 60 to 80 km/h and severe gusts of 130hm/h Issued:Wednesday 12 February 2014 15:00Valid:Wednesday 12 February 2014 15:00 to Wednesday 12 February 2014 20:00 MET EIREANN UPGRADES WEATHER WARNING FOR DONEGAL TO ORANGE STATUS was last modified: February 12th, 2014 by John2Share 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) Tags:donegalStorm Darwinweather warninglast_img read more

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