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first_imgLaurel, In. — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department made 13 drug arrests over a 17-day period in Laurel and Posey Township.Police arrested Shella Rose Halpin, 53, Bailey Halpin, 17, Johnie Raymond Hammons Jr., 28, Terry Lance Purcifull,27, Anthony James Blevins, 22, Travis Barrow, 30, Johnie Ray Hammons Snr., 54, Kimberly Hammons, 49, Tanya Littleton, 46, Justin Lee-Wayne Peters, 29, Larry Lewis, 54, Richard David Reese, 25, and Arnold Bulmer, 58.All face multiple drug related charges.last_img

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_imgBhubaneswar: A new badminton academy will come up in the premises of Kalinga Stadium with the support from Dalmia Bharat Group, said an official on Friday.Dalmia Cements Bharat Limited has committed to providing Rs30 crore through its corporate social responsibility initiative to set up a high-performance center for badminton.Pullela Gopichand Badminton Foundation (PGBF) will provide coaching and technical support for the academy.The state government has already roped in PGBF to set up the high-performance center for promoting badminton in the state.A presentation on the vision, design, road map for setting up a badminton academy with a high-performance center was made before Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik who approved the final design of the center.Construction of the centre will start by December this year and will be completed by the end of next year. The academy will start functioning at the centre from December 2020, the official said.“We will provide coaching and technical support to the centre. We believe that in the years to come, we will produce many champions from this place,” said Gopichand. Appreciating the efforts, the Chief Minister said, “With the vision of Gopichand and support of Dalmia Bharat, I am sure the performance centre will be one of the international standard training centre of our country. The state government has provided three acres of land for the centre.” IANSAlso Read: China Open: Carolina Marin Marches into Semis of Badminton Tournament Also Watch:Road Accident in Tinsukia kills Three women on the day of ‘Mahalaya’last_img read more

first_img Published on March 16, 2016 at 11:27 pm Contact Jack: [email protected] Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (12-11, 1-2 Atlantic Coast) needed nine innings to defeat Charleston Southern (12-14), 3-1, on Wednesday as the Orange rose back above .500.Syracuse scored two unearned runs in the 9th inning. The first run came on a Buccaneer error after a Corinne Ozanne single. The second run came on a Hannah Dossett groundout to the pitcher.In the second inning, Sydney O’Hara led off with a single and was moved to third after a sacrifice bunt and wild pitch. But Syracuse was unable to bat her in as the next two batters flew out to end the inning.Jocelyn Cater, who started the game and had six strikeouts on the day, struck out the all three batters that she faced in the fourth inning.After the first two batters were retired in the sixth inning, Syracuse finally got on the board. Sammy Fernandez started things off with a base hit up the middle. Then Fernandez stole second and Maddi Doane singled Fernandez home putting Syracuse on top 1-0.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the Buccaneers responded in the bottom half of the inning. Cater’s only big mistake of the day came when she allowed a Charleston home run to tie the game.AnnaMarie Gatti replaced Cater, getting the last out of the sixth inning before being replaced by O’Hara, who pitched three scoreless innings. Her last scoreless inning preserved the two-run lead the Orange gained in the top of the ninth inning.O’Hara got her second win of the season as the Orange won its third in a row. SU will finish its road trip in Tallahassee, Florida as Syracuse takes on No. 11 Florida State on Saturday and Sunday. Commentslast_img read more

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