BATESVILLE, Ind. — First responders were called to a fire Monday morning at the corners of East Pearl and Walnut Street that destroyed an entire apartment building.The City of Batesville has established a relief fund for the nine families who are directly impacted by this fire.Essentials such as cash and clothing are being accepted by the City of Batesville. Community members are encouraged to drop off donations by 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Memorial Building, 132 S. Main Street. The City can be reached at (812) 933-6100 or after hours at (812) 363-3645.Mayor Mike Bettice said, “My prayers are with the individuals impacted by this tragedy. I am grateful to the many first responders from around the area who worked to limit the spread of the fire. The City’s focus right now is on the victims and I believe our community can rally together to help them get back on their feet.”An account has been set up at MainSource Bank in Batesville and is accepting monetary donations on behalf of the families affected from Monday’s fire.If you choose to donate online, a GoFundMe account has also been set up and is being circulated on Facebook. https://www.gofundme.com/families-homeless-due-to-fireThe city says the main need is for monetary donations which can be made at the Memorial Building between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.They are also accepting suitcases, luggage, duffle bags, and coolers.The city is not accepting furniture donations at this time.
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William W. Kemp, 74, of Osgood passed away at 3pm on Friday, November 2, 2018 at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. He was born at Bethesda, Ohio on October 24, 1944 the son of E. W. and Betty Good Kemp. He was married to Barbara Raney on December 29, 1993 and she survives. Other survivors include one son Bill Kemp of Osgood; one daughter Greta (David) Stover of Greensboro, Maryland; two step-sons James (Karen) Fye of Scottsdale, Arizona, and Brad (Tracy) Fye of Arnold, Maryland; two step-daughters Becky (Stan) Piernick, and Barbara (Randy) McCue both of New Braunfels, Texas; one grandson; Robert Stover and 20 step-grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren; one brother David (Sheila) Kemp of Barnesville, Ohio; one niece Delise (Scott) Simonton of Rittman, Ohio. He was preceded in death by his parents. Mr. Kemp was a 1963 graduate of Martin’s Ferry (Ohio) High School. He was also a graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Technology as well as DeVry University. He was an electrical technician for Westinghouse in Glen Burnie, Maryland and while employed there his job also took him to Tehran, Iran. He retired from Northrop Grumman in 2003 after 36 years. Bill authored a book entitled “The Winged Warriors” and had done extensive genealogical work on the Kemp family. He was also a HAM radio operator. His hobbies included hunting, fishing, and wood carving. Bill was a member of the Tanglewood Baptist Church, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Hazen Masonic Lodge #251, and was a lifetime member of the NRA. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, November 11th at 7pm at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Rev. Stephen Mullins of the Tanglewood Baptist Church officiating. The Osgood Masonic Lodge will conduct services at 6:45pm on Sunday at the funeral home. Graveside services will be held on Monday, November 12th at 1pm at the Ebenezer Cemetery in Bethesda, Ohio with Pastor Ed Eberhart officiating. Visitation will be on Sunday from 5pm until time of services. Memorials may be given to the Tanglewood Cemetery in care of the funeral home.
Helen Ruth Kain, age 80 of West Harrison, Indiana passed away at her home Sunday, November 25, 2018. Born March 3, 1938 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of William and Helen Ruth (Zink) Talbot.Helen married Grover Lee Kain July 29, 1961 in Covington, Kentucky. Worked as a nurse for West Park Nursing Home for over 27 years.Helen is survived by her daughter Leah (Don) Jump of West Harrison, Indiana. Grandmother of eight and great grandmother of five. Sister of Raymond Howcraft.Preceded in death by her parents William and Helen Ruth Talbot, husband Grover Lee Kain and Brothers Sonny Howcraft, Joe Howcraft and Ward Talbot.Services will be held at a later date.
EAGLE, Neb. – IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car teams from across the country will head to Eagle Raceway for the Aug. 30-Sept. 2 RaceSaver Nationals.The sixth annual event concludes with a $2,500 to win, $1,250 to start main event. Entries are again expected to surpass the 100 mark for the biggest RaceSaver show of the season.“The growth of not only the RaceSaver division itself but the participation at RaceSaver Nationals is something to behold,” said Eagle Promoter Roger Hadan. “The car count continues to surpass any other Sprint Car race in the country and the number of fans who come to America’s Home Track every Labor Day Weekend grows annually as well.”Drivers can go to the www.eagleraceway.com website to pre-register and receive a free, reserved pit stall now, at a cost of $15. Registration after Aug. 23 is $50 and does not include a pit stall.All RaceSaver Nationals drivers must be licensed IMCA members and are required to have competed at a minimum of three IMCA sanctioned RaceSaver events prior to the Labor Day Weekend.Qualifying features on Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 both pay $700 to win while the top prize for Saturday’s Jake Ita Memorial race is $1,000.Tech inspection starts at 9 a.m. Thursday. An open practice starts at 6 p.m. and precedes race of champions qualifying.The front nine cars qualify on Friday. Rows four through six will be set on Saturday before the Jake Ita Memorial Race of Champions main event.Sunday starts with an 11 a.m. dodgeball tournament benefitting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Last-chance features complete the feature field of 27 with the IMCA Sprint Car RaceSaver Nationals main event to follow.Pit passes are $15 on Thursday and $25 each night Friday & Saturday. Sunday pit passes are $30. Discounted 3 day pit passes are available for $75.Adult grandstand admission is $13 on Friday, $15 on Saturday and $18 on Sunday. Kids ages 6-12 are $5 and five and under get in free each night.A three-day grandstand pass is $40 and can be purchased online or by calling the Eagle Raceway office at 402 238-2595.RaceSaver Nationals is presented by Precise Racing Products.Also on the weekend card will be IMCA Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, Sunoco Hobby Stocks and Mach-1 Sport Compacts. Pre-registration is not required in any of those divisions.
Asked if he ever feared is time might not come, he said: “I have never stopped believing, I’ve always been quite positive. “I have a lot of belief in my own ability. I just kept doing the right things and I knew that hopefully that would be enough, and I’ve been lucky enough and managed to get my head in the door. “You prepare for these times and that what keeps you going – the thoughts of playing for your country and playing in big games like this, that’s what gets you through the hard times. “Even then, they are not even hard times because you are involved with your country, and that’s something that you want to do since you’re a young kid. I came into the game relatively late as well, so I relish it. It’s a very special thing for me.” Forde, of course, is not the only Irish goalkeeper to have found his way into the team blocked by Given. The 36-year-old Aston Villa player decided to call time on his Ireland career on his return from Poland having amassed a national record 125 caps during a 16-year-period, and the standards he set have made following in his footsteps a difficult task. Forde said: “You look at Shay and, in my eyes, he’s probably if not the, one of the best servants the country has had, so they are big boots to fill. He’s been an immense player for Ireland down through the years. I’m just hoping I can step in and do a similar job.” The Millwall goalkeeper will make his competitive debut for Ireland in their World Cup qualifier Sweden at the age of 33 after standing patiently in line behind Shay Given and then Keiren Westwood waiting for his chance. Given’s retirement from the international scene and Westwood’s lack of club football at Sunderland have seen Forde rise in Giovanni Trapattoni’s pecking order, and he will win his sixth senior cap in Stockholm having established himself as number one in the last two friendlies against Greece and Poland. Press Association David Forde will on Friday night reap the rewards of refusing to give up on his hopes of playing international football.
“I can’t work it out,” Neville, who played 602 times for the Red Devils, told TalkSport. “After all the prices I’ve seen paid this summer, and obviously I’ve been working with him the last week, I’m thinking how is it just £16million? “There’s been right-backs and left-backs galore who have been bought for £15million this summer. How have they got him for £16million? “I can’t work it out to this day, it’s a strange one. It really does feel strange that it’s a centre-forward and actually it’s helped out a competitor, someone who will be vying for those third and fourth places with United this season. “I’m struggling to understand the logic behind the deal in two or three ways really.” Welbeck admitted after Monday’s match that he was relishing the chance of playing in a central role more regularly – having often played out wide during his United career – and is confident in his ability to find the back of the net. “It is well known I prefer to play through the middle so when I get my opportunity I just want to show what I can do,” he said. “Once I get into the box and get the opportunities I have got faith in my ability. “Listen, anyone can say what they want to say but I just know once I get the opportunity and a run of games up front I will do my best.” Former Manchester United full-back Gary Neville admits he cannot understand why the club sold Danny Welbeck for £16million to Barclays Premier League rivals Arsenal. Press Association After 15 years at Old Trafford, Welbeck joined the Gunners on transfer deadline day after falling behind Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and new arrival Radamel Falcao in the United striker pecking order. The 23-year-old striker scored both goals in England’s 2-0 win against Switzerland in their opening Euro 2016 qualifier in Basle on Monday and Three Lions coach Neville has questioned the logic in letting him go to a rival for a relatively small transfer fee.
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21:42 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:44 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: A well-made 40 off 24 balls comes to an end. Colin Munro was looking dangerous, but in the process he gets a slight edge which went straight to the keeper. Third wicket down! Both Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant have started to repair Delhi Capitals innings. The visitors had lost the track in the middle of the innings but have come strong. They have targeted SRH’s prime bowler Rashid Khan, and are now well in control of things. After 13 overs, 110/3. 23:34 (IST) Hello and a warm welcome. We are all set to witness another crackerjack of an encounter as Bhuvneshwar Kumar-led Sunrisers Hyderabad hosts Delhi Capitals. The game will be pivotal for two sides in more ways than one as they will look to get in the first half of the points table. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:31 (IST) 21:11 (IST) 21:02 (IST) 22:57 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:28 (IST) The toss is scheduled to happen in 30 minutes from now, and team winning the toss will look to bowl first as dew has been an important factor at Uppal. However, this remains to be seen what is going in the head of the captain as the penultimate decision will be taken by him. 18:59 (IST) 18:55 (IST) 18:56 (IST) 22:36 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In The powerplay belongs to Sunrisers Hyderabad. They have seen Delhi Capitals’ bowlers and have now opened their arms. Both Birstow and Warner will look to capitalize onthis start and score big from here. After 6 overs, it’s 40/0. WICKET: Three wickets in one over! That makes five wickets in two overs! Abhishek Sharma out for just 2. A superb spell for Khaleel Ahmed comes to an end. Picked three wickets for 30 runs in his quota of four overs. After 17 overs, it’s 130/5. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 22:27 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In With 60 needed in last six overs, the onus is on David Warner. The side has lost in-form Jonny Bairstow and skipper Kane Williamson, and all is dependent on Warner from here. After 14 overs, it’s 95/2. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:15 (IST) 19:33 (IST) 19:41 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Keemo Paul picks his third. David Warner lost another partner. This time it’s Ricky Bhui. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 50-run partnership between David Warner and Jonny Bairstow. 21:31 (IST) WICKET: Trapped right in front! What a ball that was from Sunrisers Hyderabad’s vice captain. Absolutely sensational! Keemo Paul OUT! WICKET: Knocked him over. Morris puts Hyderabad on top. Absolute ripper to dismiss Deepak Hooda! Sunrises Hyderabad has lost their track here, Rabada has picked two in two balls as Delhi Capitals shifts momentum on their side. After 17 overs, it’s 108/5. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:39 (IST) WICKET: First Rabada, now Morris. This is sensational. Rashid Khan departs without troubling the scorers. WICKET: Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowls a short of a length delivery and Iyer tried to play it over mid-wicket fielder in process gets a nip and through to the keeper. Skipper Departs. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:27 (IST) The pitch at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium has been batting friendly and runs have been easy to come by. In the first game against Rajasthan Royals, the ground witnessed over 400 runs. Can we witness another high scoring day today? WICKET: Khaleel bowls a low full toss, hit toe end of the bat and Pant has to depart after yet another start. Third wicket on the comeback for this young sensation. 20:30 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 100 up for Sunrisers Hyderabad! We will be bringing you all the covergae. So do join us and just don’t leave this blog. New Delhi: What we witnessed today was sheer class from Delhi Capitals. They came up with set plans and executed them wisely. Team has been in right frame of mind which eventually is giving them the desired results. Hyderabad, on the other hand, need to look beyond Jonny Bairstow and David Warner if they wish to to go further into this tournament. By beating Sunrisers Hyderabad at home, Delhi Capitals moves to the second spot behind Chennai Super Kings. SCORECARD The duo is hammering opposition bowlers all around the ground. Bairstow has been the aggressor, and Warner is playing anchor’s innings. Delhi is in need of a wicket. After 9 overs, it’s 66/0. 20:45 (IST) 22:42 (IST) Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer regsiter a 50 run partnership against a solidatiry bowling line up. After 15 overs, it’s 121/3. 23:38 (IST) Here are the playing XI for two sides:Sunrisers Hyderabad: David Warner, Jonny Bairstow(w), Kane Williamson(c), Vijay Shankar, Ricky Bhui, Deepak Hooda, Rashid Khan, Abhishek Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Sandeep Sharma, K Khaleel AhmedDelhi Capitals: Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan, Colin Munro, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Chris Morris, Axar Patel, Amit Mishra, Keemo Paul, Kagiso Rabada, Ishant Sharma 23:11 (IST) 22:47 (IST) The onus is on skipper now. Rishabh Pant has just come to the crease. This remains to be seen how the innings pan out for Capitals now. After 9 overs, it’s 77/2. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:39 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 21:24 (IST) 21:20 (IST) WICKET: How fast can fortunes change? 6 wickets in no time for Sunrisers Hyderabad! Delhi now inch close to register their fifth win! The powerplay belongs to Sunrisers Hyderabad. They came with set plans and have dismissed both the openers. Khaleel Ahmed, who is playing his first game of the season is looking strong! For Delhi, the key is Colin Munro and skipper Shreyas Iyer. This remains to be seen how well they play! After 6 overs, it’s 51/2. 20:09 (IST) WICKET: Knocked him over! You just cannot keep Rashid Khan out of the game. Picks one for tonight! After 17 overs, it’s 133/6. WICKET: Just a slight nip and through to the keeper. Prithvi Shaw falls early. Khaleel Ahmed picks wicket in his very first over after return. WICKET: Rabada pulls off an absolute blinder is all one can say here. Keemo Paul bowls a slower one, and Kane Williamson was early on it. Second wicket down for SRH! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In That’s it from us. Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we did to bring this to you. Do join for the next game as Mumbai Indians host Royal Challengers Bangalore. Till then, Tada! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 23:40 (IST) TOSS: Sunrisers Hyderabad opt to bowl Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In 20:00 (IST) 23:12 (IST) 18:58 (IST) RESULT: Delhi Capitals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 39 runs (David Warner 51, Kagiso Rabada 4/22) Sunrisers Hyderabad players in the last hurdle. Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw are out in the middle. It’s game time! Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In Delhi Capitals 155/7 in 20 overs vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (Shreyas Iyer 45, Khaleel Ahmed 3/30) 23:30 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In WICKET: Keemo Paul provides all-important breakthrough for Delhi Capitals. Jonny Bairstow was looking solid, but has to depart after a well-made 41 off 31 balls!
Picture Jim Boeheim taking a selfie.Though it sounds ridiculous, it’s not farfetched. Boeheim himself doesn’t have a Snapchat, but many college coaches around the country do. Social media has become an integral part of recruiting in college basketball, and Snapchat is the latest fad.One year ago Wednesday, the NCAA officially recognized Snapchat as a form of electronic communication to reach out to recruits. The rule went into effect Aug. 1, 2014 and has become widespread in college basketball. Though it has not reached all programs, Snapchat is a means of recruiting that presents both pros and cons according to those who have tracked its emergence.“At the end of the day, I don’t think kids are making decisions based off who they Snapchat with,” said Evan Daniels, the director of basketball recruiting at Scout.com, “but I think it’s certainly something that can help them get to know the coaches.”Daniels said Snapchat can be a resource for coaches to show off their program and individual players to recruits. Maybe it’s a postgame celebration or a shot of practice — whatever gets kids excited about playing for a certain school. Recruiting is all about building relationships, Daniels said, and Snapchat has become a way to cultivate those bonds.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMemphis head coach Josh Pastner, for example, uses Snapchat as a recruiting tool, Daniels said. He said Pastner is known for relating to recruits, and Snapchat can be an effective way of doing so.Some Atlantic Coast Conference coaches enlist their assistant coaches to tackle Snapchat recruiting. Notre Dame’s Mike Brey, for instance, said his assistants are active on the app.“Thankfully I have a staff that helps me with my technological shortcomings,” Brey said with a chuckle. “They coach me up when I need to be better at stuff.”Though Brey considers himself inept, he said his daughter is active on Snapchat. Because she’s on Snapchat all the time, he knows other kids are going to be on it too. Nearly everyone he’s recruiting uses the app, so he believes it’s imperative for his staff to do so as well.Miami’s Jim Larranaga has never come across a recruit who has specifically wanted to Snapchat him. He communicates via phone and text, but many of his assistants use it as a tool.“High school kids are very tech-savvy, “ Larranaga said, “so we try to do as much as we can with technology.”Tyler Lydon, a power forward from New Hampshire who is committed to Syracuse, hasn’t connected with coaches on Snapchat personally. He said it would be “kind of weird” to communicate with coaches that way. Snapchat’s more for interacting with friends, he said.He is intrigued by the idea of a general account with team updates, but he isn’t a proponent of one-on-one Snapchat interaction with coaches.“If I were uncommitted and a coach were to Snapchat me and say what’s up, I’d probably be cool in the moment,” Lydon said. “But then you think about it and it’s kind of strange.”Lydon says he doesn’t post anything inappropriate on his Snapchat. He calls himself a laid-back kid and said that’s not his style.Though Lydon tries to stay away from posting questionable stories on the app, Alex Kline, the owner of The Recruit Scoop, sees a trend emerging where others in Lydon’s position aren’t as wise about what they post on Snapchat.Kline, who is a junior at Syracuse, said the first thing he thinks of when he hears the word Snapchat is making inappropriate posts without getting in trouble. Recruits can be smart on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, Kline says, but they may act in negligent ways on Snapchat. Though Snapchat has perks in recruiting, Kline sees the trend in a more negative light.He considers Snapchat a background check to spy on people. Though kids don’t have to accept coaches’ requests, they often do. Snapchat is considered private, but it’s really public, Kline says. He believes many people create a brand on other social media but show their true selves on Snapchat.Though individual Snapchats can only last up to 10 seconds, Snapchat Stories stay up for a full day. Many of these big-time recruits have hundreds of Snapchat friends, including some coaches. If a player is drinking, smoking or acting inappropriately, for example, that coach may be less inclined to reach out.Kline hasn’t seen any specific examples, though he sees the trend continuing in the coming years.“People are trendsetters and people are followers, especially in basketball,” Kline said. “Once you’re wearing these Kobes and these Jordans, the next person’s going to do it. I think the same goes for social media.”Although Snapchat has yet to dominate college basketball recruiting, it appears to be gaining traction around the country. Coaches can interact with recruits, and vice versa, and both parties get a chance to learn about the other.But that might not always be a good thing.“Some of these guys are reckless,” Kline said. “Snapchat is the new thing that’s going to expose that.” Comments Published on February 10, 2015 at 12:22 am Contact Trevor: email@example.com | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+