Its the time of year again to adjust the clocks in your home and vehicle.The time will fall back one hour as Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 3.While many residents will gain an extra hour of sleep Sunday morning, others will enjoy an extended night out. Due to the time change, alcoholic beverage vendors will gain an additional hour of business. Indiana law dictates alcohol sales must stop at 3 a.m.Indiana has observed Daylight Saving time since April 2006.We will spring forward an hour in March 2014.
Ripley County, Ind. — A Dillsboro resident was injured in a single vehicle crash in Ripley County Monday.A report from the Ripley County Sheriff’s Department says around 1 a.m. a car driven by David Blane Beck, 18, was traveling south on State Road 101 when he fell asleep and drove off the roadway. The vehicle flipped onto its top injuring the driver. Beck was treated for an arm injury at the Dearborn County Hospital.
Justin Michael Rangel, age 26, of Osgood was involved in a fatal accident on January 7, 2020. Justin was born on July 9, 1993, the son of Chandra (Dilk) Fuqua and Craig Rangel in Madison, IndianaJustin grew up in the Osgood community and had attended Jac-Cen-Del High School.Justin loved being around his family and friends. He had numerous hobbies and interest, from kayaking, hiking, playing guitar, and listening to music. He enjoyed his coffee and sugar and loved working on cars.His family said Justin had a unique ability to be able to fix about anything but was often caught using Google for assistance.Justin is survived by parents Chandra (Jim) Fuqua and Craig (Beverly) Rangel, brothers Joe Rangel, James (Kala) Fuqua, and Alex Fuqua, sisters Amanda Rangel, Anna (Brad) Hatoway, and Erica Fuqua, and Grandmas Linda Dilk and Geraldine Fuqua. He was preceded in death by sister Laurel Fuqua.Visitation will be held on Saturday January 11, 2020 from 10 am.- 12 pm., with funeral services at 12 pm., all services will be held at Neal’s Funeral Home in Osgood. Burial will follow at St John’s Lutheran Cemetery in Napoleon. Memorials can be given to the family in care of the funeral home.
ELLSWORTH — Swimmers and coaches on both the Ellsworth and Mount Desert Island swim teams were recognized Sunday at the State Swim League banquet in Augusta.Ellsworth coach Jim Goodman was named the Class B boys’ Coach of the Year for leading the Eagles to their first state championship in program history.MDI coach Tony Demuro was named the Class B girls’ Coach of the Year for the team’s Penobscot Valley Conference title.Ellsworth senior Talor Hamilton was the Class B boys’ Swimmer of the Year as well as the Performer of the Meet at the state championship.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe following were also named to the State All-Star team: Talor Hamilton, Cooper Holmes and Sam Alvarado of Ellsworth; Liam Sullivan and Lydia DaCorte of MDI.
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error On Tuesday, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned Sterling for life, fined him $2.5 million and urged league owners to force him to sell the team. A three-quarters vote by the NBA owners is required to force him to sell.Though Stiviano told Walters that Sterling should “absolutely” apologize, she said she still loves him like a father figure and does not believe he is a racist.“I think Mr. Sterling is from a different generation than I am,” she said. “I think he was brought up to believe these things … segregation, whites and blacks. But through his actions he’s shown that he’s not a racist. He’s shown to be a very generous and kind man.”Stiviano said that since the ban, Sterling has felt confused, alone and not supported by those around him.“I think he’s highly more traumatized and hurt by the things that he said himself,” she said. “I think he can’t even believe or understand sometimes the thing he says, and I think he’s hurt by it. He’s hurting right now.” A real-estate mogul, Sterling has been accused of racial missteps before.The billionaire had paid a $2.76 million settlement to resolve a federal lawsuit accusing him of systematically excluding blacks and Hispanics from his rental properties. He also won a wrongful termination lawsuit by general manager Elgin Baylor, who accused him of various slurs and slights. V. Stiviano says Donald Sterling’s racist comments on an audio recording leaked to the public were not the first by the Los Angeles Clippers owner in conversations with her.“There’s been a number of occasions where Mr. Sterling and I had conversations just like this one. This was one of very many,” Stiviano told Barbara Walters on ABC’s “20/20” in an interview that aired Friday night. “Part of what the world heard was only 15 minutes. There’s a number of other hours that the world doesn’t know.”Sterling told Stiviano in the recording that she should not post online photos of herself with black people, including basketball great Magic Johnson, or bring black people to Clippers’ games. The recording, which an attorney for Stiviano said was leaked by a third party, led to public outcry across the country and the NBA. Some sponsors dropped the Clippers and others re-evaluated their relationship with the NBA.
Golden State got a little revenge for its Christmas Day loss to the Lakers earlier this season.LeBron James injured his groin in the last contest between these teams, but Los Angeles pulled out a win. He sat out this time for load management, as he just returned to the court from his injury. HighlightsDeMarcus Cousins got a technical for staring down Kyle Kuzma after this poster.🔨‼️🔨‼️🔨B O O G I E🔨‼️🔨‼️🔨 pic.twitter.com/JFTgQ3AwQe— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) February 3, 2019Ben Simmons took off and slammed one home over Nemanja Bjelica.OH MY.@BenSimmons25 | #HereTheyCome pic.twitter.com/3OAi2B98GF— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) February 3, 2019What’s Next?Thunder (33-18) at Celtics (33-19) 2 p.m. ET — Boston has won three games straight while Oklahoma City is riding a seven-game winning streak. Kyrie Irving and crew should have a challenging matchup against Russell Westbrook and Paul George. Although Stephen Curry didn’t make a field goal until the fourth quarter, the Warriors claimed a 115-101 victory. Klay Thompson led all scorers with 28 points on 10-of-15 shooting.Brandon Ingram led the Lakers with 20 points while Rajon Rondo totaled 12 points and 11 assists on the night. Related News The Warriors’ 11-game winning streak was snapped against the 76ers on Thursday, but they could be poised to begin another hot streak.Studs of the NightLou Williams totaled 39 points and nine assists as the Clippers took down the Pistons 111-101.Kemba Walker had 37 points, six rebounds and 10 assists in the Hornets’ 125-118 win against Chicago.Luka Doncic tied a career high with 35 points in a 111-98 Mavericks victory against the Cavaliers.James Harden had 43 points, 12 rebounds, six steals, five assists and four blocks in the Rockets’ 125-98 blowout win over the Jazz.Duds of the NightJoe Harris scored six points on 3-of-12 shooting as the Nets fell short to the Magic 102-89.DeMar DeRozan scored 13 points on 3-of-10 shooting in the Spurs’ 113-108 win against the Pelicans. Warriors ‘got what we deserved’ in streak-ending loss to 76ers, Steve Kerr says
FC Diamant Linz is the new champion of Austria in futsal.FC Diamant secured the Bundesliga title in the round before the end of the championship with the victory over Wiener Neustadt Fortuna with the score 5: 3. Before the last round which is scheduled for the weekend, the club from Linz has four points more than the second-ranked team FC Murexin Allstars.What is interesting is that this fresh champion of Austria mainly consists of players from BiH. A success is even more significant when we consider that this is the first season for FC Diamant in the elite ranks of the Austrian futsal.“The club was founded 15 years ago purely for socializing. Initially, the team played in tournaments, and then we got the idea of joining the Bundesliga. The club is financed by sponsors and members. They are the most responsible for this success,” said young Saldin Pezic.“I started playing for FC Diamant two years ago. I played only tournaments at first. When the club came in the Bundesliga, I started recording the first official appearances,” said Pezic.Most of the members in FC Diamond come from the Una-Sana Canton and Tuzla Canton. Their coach is Elmir Omeragic, who is also the player. The best scorer of the team is Edvin Skrgic who scored a total of 22 goals.(Source: faktor.ba)
Shakespeare still Leicester boss LEICESTER, England (AP): Craig Shakespeare will remain in charge of Leicester City until the end of the season, tasked with keeping the ailing champions in the English Premier League following Claudio Ranieri’s firing. Shakespeare has won both league games since being promoted from assistant coach last month, steering Leicester three points clear of the relegation zone. Ranieri was dismissed despite delivering the title last season in one of the biggest upsets witnessed in sports. Wei wins 4th All England title BIRMINGHAM, England (AP): Top-ranked Lee Chong Wei won his fourth All England Open crown on Sunday and changed his mind about it being his 13th and last visit to badminton’s oldest championship. After swatting aside first-time finalist Shi Yuqi of China 21-12, 21-10, Chong Wei said he will return to defend the title of his favorite tournament. “Every year I come here, I feel like I am playing at home,” the Malaysian said. “I will definitely come back next year.” Aldridge out with heart arrhythmia SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP): San Antonio Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge will be out indefinitely due to a minor heart arrhythmia, the latest occurrence of heart issues for the five-time All-Star. Coach Gregg Popovich said Aldridge informed the team “he felt a little odd” during San Antonio’s 112-102 loss at Oklahoma City on Thursday, leading to the diagnosis.
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Participants of the just ended 18th annual retreat of the St. Matthew Lutheran Youth Fellowship held at the ELWA Camp in PaynesvilleAs part of its annual calendar of events, the St. Matthew Lutheran Youth Fellowship on Sunday climaxed its 18th annual retreat at the ELWA Camp in Paynesville.The five-day retreat from September 6 to 10 under the theme, “Stay Connected with the True Vine,” (John 15:5) sought to guide young people who want to serve as Christ’s ambassadors in their communities. It was used to evaluate and pass resolutions that will better prepare the fellowship over the next year.The 60 participants from 10 Lutheran congregations were encouraged to make use of the opportunity they have to share God’s word and serve as examples to others.Jonathan Enders, the lecturer for the first session, said young people in other countries do not have the opportunities that the youth in Liberia have. He urged them to make the right choice of staying connected with Jesus Christ.Following the retreat, the president of the fellowship, Jeremiah Wukolo Kollie, thanked members of the congregation and the leadership of various preaching points for successfully contributing to the hosting of the event.He also called on fellow Lutherans to remain focused during the upcoming elections and shun electoral-related violence by not allowing themselves to be used by politicians.In a related development, the Monrovia District Youth Fellowship will on Sunday, September 17, launch its Cabins Project expected to be implemented in Camp KP in Haindii, Bong County.The objective of the cabins project is to provide accommodation for members of the fellowship during its annual retreat and summer camps and is expected to host at least 50 occupants in each.Jeromeh Jallah, Monrovia District Lutheran Youth Fellowship president, said the launch will be held at the St. Peters Lutheran Church in Sinkor, where it is expected to raise US$13,000.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)