St. Louis hosted the opener for the Lady Cardinal’s basketball season. We were able to get both wins over the St. Lawrence Lady Panthers last night.The 7th Grade Lady Cards won with a score of 43-10. We started the game off strong and held it for the remainder of the game also. Scoring for us were Claire Saner and Catherine Streator both with 10pts each, Izza Wonnell with 9, Ava Owens with 4, and Lilly Schebler, Rhea Miller, Sadie Wachsmann, Madison Wanstrath, and Kate Weber all with 2pts each. Lea Cossentino and Izzi Price both brought in some defense for us during the game. Ladies you did a great job! They now hold strong at 1-1 in the season.The 8th Grade Lady Cardinals had a final score of 22-14. This was a close game overall. Scoring for the Lady Cards were Megan Bauer with 10pts, and Claire Saner and Catherine Streator with 6pts each. Haley Geisen, Summer Ratcliffe, and Anna Wanstrath may not have put up points but were huge defensively. Stealing the ball numerous times each and rebounding the ball. Nice job ladies they are at a 1-1 season.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
Geneva R. Seegmueller Cecil, age 90, of Cedar Grove, Indiana died Saturday evening January 26, 2019 at Ft. Hamilton Hughes Memorial Hospital in Hamilton, Ohio.Born October 10, 1928 in Big Leatherwood, Perry County Kentucky she was the daughter of the late William & Susan (Melton) Ratliff. She was married to Fred Seegmueller, and he preceded her in death on May 16, 1978; she later married Evans C. “Dusty” Cecil in 1985, and he preceded her in death on July 11, 2012.A homemaker, Geneva had also worked for several years at Sperry Rubber & Plastic in Brookville. She was a member of the Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church, and the Presbyterian Women; in her leisure time she enjoyed flowers and flower gardening.Survivors include three children, Helen (Don) Anderson of Seattle, Washington, Don (Donna) Seegmueller of Greensburg, Indiana and Robert (Bonny) Seegmueller of Cedar Grove, Indiana; six grandchildren, 1 great-grandaughter, Isabella Monroe; two sisters, Hattie Sanders of Brookville, Indiana and Nancy Kunkel of Connersville, Indiana.In addition to her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by five brothers, Blain, Saul, Homer, Charlie & Nando Ratliff.Family & friends may visit from 9:00 A.M. until 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Avenue, Brookville.Rev. Andy Zinsmeister, pastor of the Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church will officiate the Funeral Services at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, January 31, 2019 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville, Indiana.Memorial contributions may be directed to the Mt. Carmel Presbyterian Church. The staff of Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Geneva Seegmueller Cecil, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .
Dorothy A (nee Volz) Gorman, 102, passed away February 10, 2019. Born April, 10 1916 in Sunman Indiana, she was the daughter of Stella (Ross) Volz and Edward H Volz.In addition to her Husband Edward J Gorman, who preceded her in death in November, 1989, Dorothy was also preceded in death by her daughter Nancy Gorman Vandeusen on May 10, 2018.Dorothy is survived by her brother, Robert (Bobby) Volz, living in Milan, Indiana; by daughter Mary Gorman Gavin of N. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.Her ashes will be brought to St Pius Cemetery at a future date this Summer.Online condolences can be made to the family at firstname.lastname@example.org
Greensburg, In. — Decatur County Sheriff Dave Durant has announced the promotion of two detention deputies to the rank of Sergeant. The two pictured are Sgt. Nick Beagle and Sgt. Todd Black.Nick Beagle is being promoted to the now vacant position in the disciplinary and classification field and will also be taking an active role as a supervisor. Nick has been with the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office assigned to Detention Division since June of 2013. Nick was awarded Decatur County Sheriff’s Office “Jail Officer of the Year” in 2016. We are excited to put Nick in to a more direct supervision role and watch him grow and assist the DCDC in moving forward.Todd Black is a recent hire from Ripley County and has filled a long vacant Sergeant position at the Detention Center. Todd’s experience at Ripley County Sheriff’s Office will bring a valued alternate view of how things can be done at the Detention Center and we are excited to have him as a part of our administrative team.
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Indianapolis, IN—The Army National Guard announced that the Secretary of the Army will station the 127th Cyber Protection Battalion in Indianapolis, Indiana. Indiana was selected out of eighteen states competing for this significant achievement. As the seventh-largest Army National Guard contingent in the nation, the Indiana National Guard will join the U.S. Cyber Command’s mission pool by the fiscal year 2022.
During a time of crisis such as an infectious disease outbreak, everyone may show symptoms of stress, including older people and those with chronic illnesses which could make them more vulnerable to COVID-19; children and teens; responders to the crisis such as doctors, nurses, other hospital personnel, emergency services personnel, police officers, firefighters, and emergency management personnel; and people who have mental health conditions, including individuals with substance use disorders.Symptoms of stress reaction may include fear and worry about your own health and the health of loved ones and friends, changes in sleeping or eating patterns, or difficulty sleeping or concentrating among other symptoms. “This crisis has greatly impacted all of us. We are all vigilant and concerned,” said Tom Talbot, Executive Director of Community Mental Health Center, Inc. “Doing self-care is very important for us. Try to know yourself, read your body, understand how to self-regulate, know when to give yourself a break. CMHC’s mission – Partnering for Wellness: Healthy Mind. Healthy Body. Healthy Life. – helps us stay focused on this.”There are a number of steps you can take to help you cope with the challenges of this crisis:Try to limit your exposure to news of the crisis, including on social media. Hearing constant and repeated news about the crisis can be upsetting. Use reliable sources, such as the CDC website and the Indiana State Department of Health website, to seek news and health information.Take care of yourself. Try to maintain your normal eating and sleeping habits, if at all possible. Eat healthy, well-balanced meals, and exercise regularly. Avoid consuming alcohol and drugs.Be sure to relax when you can. Do some favorite activities that you enjoy and that help you feel good, such as reading or watching a favorite TV show.Connect with others. We are continuing to discover ways to reach other online: through social media, teleconferencing, chat groups, etc. Talk with people who you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.Maintain and practice mindfulness and spiritual wellness. Make time for practices that enhance your sense of connection to self, nature, others, and your belief in a higher power. Such practices may include prayer, meditation, and reflection.“We are all learning new ways to cope with and how to function in our world in the midst of a great upheaval. Be kind to yourself and others. Understand that it is important to embrace hope as we move into the future,” said Talbot.CMHC provides behavioral health and substance use disorders services in Dearborn, Franklin, Ohio, Ripley, and Switzerland counties. CMHC is continuing to maintain some services during the COVID-19 crisis, as behavioral health and substance use disorders services have been declared essential by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb.For information about services, please phone the following numbers: Lawrenceburg – 812-537-7375; Batesville – 812-934-4210; Brookville – 765-647-4173; St. Leon – 812-576-1600, and Vevay – 812-427-2737. You also may contact 812-537-1302 to get information about available services. This number provides access to Emergency Services, as well, as does our 24-hour toll-free crisis line at 1-877-849-1248.
RelatedPosts Ibrahimovic to stay at Milan for another season – Reports PSG confirm Mbappe has ankle sprain Pioli pens new AC Milan two-year deal AC Milan have confirmed striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered a calf injury on Monday and will be examined again in 10 days.There were reports that the 38-year-old had ruptured his Achilles tendon, an injury which could have brought an end to his long career in the game with his Milan contract set to expire in the summer after he signed a short-term deal in January. However, medical tests on Tuesday revealed good news, with the injury affecting his calf and no damage to the Achilles.A Milan statement read: “Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered an injury to the soleus muscle of his right calf.“The Achilles tendon is perfectly intact. An examination will be carried out in 10 days.”Ibrahimovic has managed four goals since re-joining the Italians following the end of his contract with LA Galaxy.His future at the San Siro was already up in the air with Bologna manager Sinisa Mihajlovic claiming he would leave the club at the end of his deal. Mihajlovic suggested the forward could join him at Bologna or return to his native Sweden.Ibrahimovic returned home to train with with Hammarby, the Stockholm-based club in which he bought a nearly 25 per cent stake last year, to keep up his fitness while Italy was under lockdown.He was forced to spend time in self-isolation upon his return to the country and has given little away about his future.Tags: AC MilanInjuryZlatan Ibrahimovic
He continued: “The fans want him back. He loves Chelsea. Because you want to rebuild a team and to give them the strength we had a few years ago, he could be the right person. He is a winner and is close to the players. He went to Inter and is at Real Madrid but is still talking about Chelsea, so he loves this club.” Mourinho had three years in charge at Chelsea in his first spell and has been strongly linked with a second stint in charge once interim boss Rafael Benitez departs in the summer. Mourinho had success with Inter Milan and Real Madrid since leaving the Premier League, but Drogba said: “I don’t think he has got over Chelsea and they haven’t got over him. “When he came he brought success; we won league titles back to back with some great football and the only thing he didn’t win was the Champions League. Maybe that is one of the reasons why he might want to come back. It is unfinished business.” Drogba, 35, may also be interested in joining Mourinho at Chelsea in some capacity, should club owner Roman Abramovich pursue a deal for the manager. Drogba, who was among Mourinho’s first signings at Chelsea in 2004, said: “Let me finish at Galatasaray first and then we will talk about that.” In January, Drogba signed an 18-month deal with the Turkish side. Didier Drogba believes Jose Mourinho’s passion for Chelsea could mean he returns for a second spell in charge at Stamford Bridge this summer. Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, who is set to line up for Galatasaray against Mourinho’s Real Madrid tonight in the Champions League, suspects the Portuguese manager has “unfinished business” with the Blues. And the Ivory Coast frontman, who converted the clinching spot-kick in last season’s Champions League final penalty shoot-out, claims Mourinho returning to west London would be an arrangement that suits everyone. Drogba said, according to several British newspapers: “I think for the club it is the best solution to bring Jose back.” Press Association
James McCarthy is confident the tag of being the most expensive Scottish-born footballer will not weigh heavily on his shoulders. Press Association The 22-year-old completed his move from Wigan to Everton for an initial £13million late on Monday evening, in the process eclipsing the £9.5million Spartak Moscow paid Celtic for Aiden McGeady and even the £12million Wolves collected from Sunderland in return for Steven Fletcher, although he was born in Shrewsbury. However, the former Hamilton midfielder, who is currently on international duty with Ireland, insists his fee will bring no added pressure. He said: “No, not at all. I am looking forward to it. It’s a new challenge and as I say, I am really looking forward to it. “I have had a few people on my case about it, and it’s one I’m going to need to take in my stride. “Hopefully I can make the step up to a big club at Everton, and it’s one I’m looking forward to. “Obviously I am delighted to be back in the Premier League. It’s a real excitement and a new challenge for myself.” McCarthy was given permission to delay his departure for Ireland as he attempted to tie up his move, but even then he had to wait literally until the 11th hour. He said: “It was hectic. It wasn’t nice to be waiting about, especially as it took until 10.50pm when we got confirmation that it was going to happen. “It was just a relief, to be honest, and such an excitement to go to such a brilliant place like Everton.”