Girls Tennis Regionals.Tuesday (5-23) @ Richmond.Oldenburg Academy 3 Franklin County 2Centerville 5 Blue River Valley 0Regional Championship.Wednesday (5-24) @ Richmond.Oldenburg Academy vs. Centerville
Photo: Food & Growers Assoc.Batesville, In. — The Food and Grower Association’s Holiday Gathering will be held Tuesday, November 14 at Kathy and Ted Cooley’s Alpine Berry Farm at 5:45 p.m. The farm is located at 26191 Pocket Road in Batesville.Please bring a dish to share made with fresh ingredients, preferably locally, sustainable or organic. A $5 donation will be accepted in lieu of a dish.The event is an opportunity to trade/barter, buy or sell items that have been locally grown or created. Some suggestions are farm or garden produce, fresh herbs, honey, canned goods or soaps.Please RSVP by November 12 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please post what you plan to bring on the group’s Facebook page. Water, glasses, plates, cutlery and napkins will be provided.
Area Boys & Girls Basketball ScoresSaturday (12-9)Boys ScoresBrownstown 72 South Ripley 42Plainfield 49 Batesville 44South Dearborn 56 Franklin County 45Milan 84 Waldron 39Edinburgh 50 North Decatur 49Indian Creek 70 Oldenburg 43SW Hanover 50 Carroll County 40Franklin 79 Hauser 64Rushville 66 Blue River 47Pendleton Heights 33 Connersville 30 (OT)Girls ScoresEast Central 69 South Dearborn 33South Ripley 54 Franklin County 22Jac-Cen-Del 72 Morristown 51Edinburgh 50 Milan 45Greensburg 80 Rushville 45Lawrenceburg 56 Connersville 49Switz. County 50 Shawe Memorial 45Triton Central 56 SW Shelby 39
Versailles, In. — Ripley County Sheriff Jeff Cumberworth is accepting scholarship applications. The “Mums for Education” program has raised enough money for three $1000 scholarships to be given to students who are pursuing a degree in criminal justice.Applications are available from each school guidance counselor, the Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff’s website or The Ripley County Community Foundation and will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on April 20, 2018. Details and criteria are listed on the application.
Glynn C. Clark 88, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Tuesday, April 10, 2018 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born March 13, 1930 in Barbourville, KY, son of the late William Clark and Millie Smith Clark.He worked as a Barber for Clarks Barber Shop in Lawrenceburg. He also worked in construction as a member of the Carpenter’s Union in Cincinnati, Ohio.Glynn was a graduate of Napolean High School. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Aurora. Glynn enjoyed hunting and fishing, especially with his sons; he also enjoyed gardening and he loved a good card game (7-up) and smoking cigars. Glynn always had a smile on his face and he loved people. He loved being with family and friends and he was a very proud grandpa.Glynn served his country as a member of the United States Army during the Korean Conflict. Glynn was a former commander of the Aurora VFW 5312, as well as a former commander of the Aurora American Legion Post 231. He was also a member of the Korean War Veterans Association Chapter 4 and was a valuable member of the KWVA Color Guard for many years. Glynn was also a member of the 40 et 8 Voiture 612 and the southern vice commander for the American Legion representing the 9th District. He was a very patriotic man and was proud of his service to our great nation.Surviving are wife, Carol Clark of Aurora, IN; children, Carolyn (Charles) Crosby of Florence, KY, Gregory (Linda) Clark of Carmel, IN, Linda Clark of Edgewood, KY, Jeffrey (Joyce) Clark of Jacksonville, FL; step children, Tina Waters of Hamilton, OH, David Overbey of Middletown, OH; siblings, Bert (Lorraine) Clark of Burton, MI, Amanda Snider of Granada Hills, CA; grandchildren, Mason & Mia Clark.He was preceded in death by his parents, William and Millie Clark, siblings, Reed Clark, Mayhew Clark, Edmonia Collins, Mae Shierling, and Andrew Clark.Friends will be received Friday, April 13, 2018, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm at the First Baptist Church of Aurora, 6060 Blair Road, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at 5:00 pm with Pastor Bill Secrest officiating. Military services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or Honor Flight. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Franklin County, In.— A 15-year-old victim of a Franklin County motorcycle accident has died. Karissa Peters was flown from the crash scene Saturday on State Road 252 near Little Cedar Road. Her uncle, Jeffery Dethlefs, 51, was killed in the accident. Investigators say Dethlefs was an experienced motorcyclist but lost control on gravel and debris in the roadway.Peters would have been in the 10th grade this fall at Norwood High School.
Dorothy Elizabeth Ford Jones Brown, 89, Greensburg, Indiana, passed away on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at her residence in Greensburg. She was born on June 13, 1929 in Greensburg, Indiana, the daughter of Raymond O. and Eleanora (Thrine) Ford. On November 15, 1947 she married Robert M. Jones and to this union was three daughters, Wanda Lou Ball, Sharon Ann Jones Schmidt, and Deborah Ann Jones. On June 8, 1963 she married Winton Lester Brown and he preceded her in death on January 22, 2008. She wrote the Greensburg Daily News Garden Column for 17 years. She was a life member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 5584, a life member and held office for the Garden Club of Indiana, Inc. She was a former member of the Give Un Take Garden Club, Evening Bells Homemaker Club, Red Cross, Hospital Ladies Auxiliary, a former officer and member of the Friends of the Library from 1984 – 96, a member of BPW and she was the 1987 BPW Woman of the Year. She loved gardening, reading, and volunteering, but her pride and joy was her time spent with Winton, baby sitting with her grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren. She is survived by three daughters, six grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, and six great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and both husbands. There will be no visitation. Private Graveside Services will be held at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Our Hospice of Southeastern Indiana. Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
Thiago Silva became one of the best defenders of his generation, but over a decade ago the Brazilian was weeks away from death after catching tuberculosis. The PSG centre back, who is wanted by Chelsea to sure up the West Londoner’s defence, was diagnosed with the bacterial infection while at Dynamo Moscow in 2005. At just 21 years old, Silva was hospitalised for six months while Russian doctors treated him for the condition he contracted six months before the illness was detected. The tuberculosis was so advanced, docs even considered removing part of his lungs to ensure his survival. But his mother, Angela, and wife, Isabelle stepped in advising against surgery that would’ve put pay to Silva’s football dreams before it had even started. “That would have ended my career, I needed guardian angels to take me away,” Silva told AP. Silva, now, 35, was signed by Dynamo from Porto in January 2005 for a fee of around £3.5m. Despite not playing a single game for the Portuguese giants, other than a smattering of matches in the reserves in the second division, Dynamo took a punt on the unknown entity. The Russian club’s President, Alexei Fedorychev had big plans for Dynamo that year, bringing in seven players from Portugal that January. He even appointed experienced Brazilian manager Ivo Wortmann to ensure the language barrier wasn’t a problem for the new signings and his team could challenge for the Premier League. But club doctors were surprised that Silva was getting tired so quickly. They also were shocked that most of their new recruits were bought without proper medical checks. Silva became very ill, suffering from symptoms including a high temperature, coughing fits, and severe sweating. Clearly it wasn’t a case of the flu, he was sent to the hospital where doctors conducted a series of tests to determine what was wrong. They were stunned to learn he was suffering from tuberculosis and had been for six months prior to their discovery. Simply put, doctors told him he was two weeks away from death and was extremely lucky the disease was caught when it was. “In 2005 I was sent out on loan to Dynamo Moscow, but the city was horrible, I was cold and got ill,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport magazine Sport Week back in 2011. “I was in the hospital for six months. I was 10kg overweight and, despite everyone else in the hospital being so skinny and not wanting to eat, I was always hungry. read also:Thiago Silva confirms Fiorentina talks “My mother said I didn’t look ill, but I couldn’t move. “The doctors would tell me to get up and go for a walk, but I couldn’t do it. This disease is also contagious, so I was put in isolation, only able to play computer games and go on the internet. read also:Thiago Silva confirms Fiorentina talks “Every now and then a doctor would come in and give me an injection, three or four times a day, plus 10-15 pills. “I eventually found out that I’d had tuberculosis for six months. The doctors said if another two weeks had passed, I might not have been able to recover. “I almost died. This is why, whenever I play, I think back to those moments in Russia.” During his treatment, medical staff advised the central defender he needed to have a part of his right lung cut out to survive the ordeal. Effectively, that would’ve meant he would have to quit football. “I told them no one would open my husband up and end his dream,” wife Isabelle told AP. “I am not a doctor, but no one believed he should go through surgery. “To see him wearing the Brazil shirt is a victory for us all, especially those that know him from those days.” During that dark time, Silva thought about retiring, despite being given a clean bill of health. It was the second time in his life he considered quitting the game. “I had thought of quitting football altogether,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport magazine Sport Week. “There was another occasion when I went to Flamengo for a trial and after two sessions they said I could go, as I was no better than any of the players they already had. “I told my mother I didn’t want to play football anymore, as nobody wanted me. “However, she said in that case I’d have to go work for my brother, so I immediately changed my mind and looked for another club!” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually TrueCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayGreatest Movies In History Since 19829 Iconic Roles That Could Have Been Played By Different ActorsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeEd Sheeran’s 8 Best CollaborationsWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone10 Amazing Characters We Wish Were Official Disney PrincessesA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis, who has tested positive for COVID-19, has revealed that he ‘had no symptoms’ prior to the Lega Serie A Assembly. The Partenopei announced on Thursday that the patron had tested positive for coronavirus and he was accused of having put the others unnecessarily at risk. The report from La Repubblica claimed the Napoli chief had symptoms for several days and had taken the test without waiting for the results before attending the 20-club meeting in Milan.Advertisement Loading… read also:Controversy as Covid-19 positive Napoli President shuns self-isolate protocol “If I had imagined I could have COVID, I would never have travelled,” De Laurentiis told La Repubblica. “I had no symptoms.” Serie A 2020-21 is scheduled to kick off on September 19 and all those who attended the Lega Serie A summit will have to be tested and potentially self-isolate as a precaution. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More18 Cities With Neverending Tourist-FlowWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Great Wall Of China: The Hidden Story10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True10 Of The Best Places Around The World To Go StargazingTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time