### WHEN: Tuesday, June 13, 2006,12:00 p.m. Roger Allbee, director of Farm Service Agency said preliminary estimatesof crop loss approach twenty million dollars. This number will be updated ascounties continue to assess the damage. Burlington, Vt.-Governor Jim Douglas has announcedthat his administration, working with the Vermont Milk Commission, is organizing an Emergency Dairy Summit to discuss all availablemeans to help farmers in the near term so that they can weather what theGovernor calls a ‘perfect storm’ of circumstances. WHERE: Universityof Vermont, WatermanBuilding, Burlington This morning Governor Douglas also signed a letter to U.S. Agriculture SecretaryMike Johanns requesting Emergency Disaster Designation, which paves the way fordirect financial relief for farmers. “Our Agency of Agriculture willwork with USDA’s Farm Service Agency to complete the paperwork and damageassessments necessary to carry out this request,” Douglassaid. Governor Douglas to Call Emergency Dairy SummitAlso Seeks Federal Emergency Relief “Low milk prices, high fuel and energy cost and poor crop, or insome cases destroyed crops, due to extended spring rains are contributing towhat is now a clear crisis situation for Vermont’sdairy farmers,” Governor Douglas said. “Because of this perfectstorm of events, I have directed my Secretary of Administration, Mike Smith towork closely with my entire cabinet in coordination with our partners in thefederal government and Vermont’scongressional delegation to provide assistance to all Vermont farmers.” WHAT: Governorto Call Emergency Dairy Summit Jason GibbsGovernorsCommunications Director109 State Street ¨ The Pavilion ¨ Montpelier,VT 05609-0101 ¨ www.vermont.gov/governor(link is external)Telephone: 802.828.3333 ¨ Fax: 802.828.3339 ¨ TDD: 802.828.3345
By Dialogo February 19, 2010 I think itâ€™s good. Part of the proceeds of the friendly matches for the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa will be dedicated to helping the population of Haiti, a country left devastated in the wake of January’s earthquake, the International Federation of Association Football announced. According to a statement, FIFA will dedicate its 2% share of the proceeds from each friendly match played between 1 March and 11 June to helping the country. “With a greater understanding of the magnitude of the human toll and widespread destruction, it is clear that the relief and recovery effort will require attention for the coming months and years,” Federation president Joseph Blatter affirmed. “To achieve more impact and to act in solidarity, we look forward to having all 32 participating member associations join this effort by making an additional donation of two percent for a total combined donation of four percent from each friendly,” Blatter added in a letter sent to the national soccer federations whose teams will be playing in the World Cup. The money collected by FIFA will go to a special fund financing projects proposed by the Haitian Soccer Association.
Image courtesy of BechtelChevron-led Angola LNG project launched a tender selling a single cargo from the 5.2 million tons per year facility in Soyo. The cargo is scheduled for loading during the August 1-3 window, Platts reports, citing market sources.Bids are to be submitted by July 31 and remain valid until August 2, according to the tender.It was reported that the tender does include a destination clause, restricting the cargo to be delivered to any of the North Asia’s terminals.Angola LNG is a joint venture between Sonangol (22.8%), Chevron (36.4%), BP (13.6%), Eni (13.6%), and Total (13.6%). LNG World News Staff
Stuff.co.nz 17 March 2013 Michael LawsOPINION: In the week in which a new Catholic pope was elected, secular New Zealand overwhelmingly voted to mainstream homosexual and lesbian marriage. Two thirds of parliamentarians rejected the religious underpinning of the old morality, to embrace a new standard. That irrespective of sexual orientation, all of society’s rubrics and rituals should be made available, including marriage and the adoption of children. They similarly rejected the Catholic-Presbyterian-Pentecostal plea that conscientious objection to the new standard be allowed. And in so doing imposed a new orthodoxy upon us all, irrespective of religious, cultural or moral conscience. The problem now is that the new orthodoxy around gay marriage and its consequences is as illiberal as the regime it replaced. Those who wish to absent themselves from embracing such modernism run the same risk as the homosexual community over a generation ago. Namely, investigation, censure and the potential for prosecution. In righting some perceived moral wrong, a new one has been created.http://www.stuff.co.nz/blogs/opinion/8429474/Laws-Gay-marriage-law-creates-new-inequity
Chelsea defender, Antonio Rudiger,is delighted for Olivier Giroud after victory over Tottenham. Olivier Giroud Giroud struck upon his return to the starting XI on Sunday. “I give massive respect to him,” said Rudiger.Advertisement Loading… Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best Car Manufacturers In The WorldHere Are The 10 Most Famous Female Racers Of All TimeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value10 Awesome 2019 Movies You Probably MissedTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldNo Good Disney Role Models For Boys?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People Live7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better “He was always patient, he never said anything, even when his transfer didn’t go through. He remained humble and worked hard. And there was also a difference when he came on against United. On Saturday he had a big impact. He is a team player and he always puts himself on the line. Read Also:EPL: Chelsea subdue Tottenham 2-1, as Giroud, Alonso seal Blues win “He is not only about scoring — he is always putting in the hard work and that is why I am very pleased.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Dale Stephen “Too Short” Herbert, age 68 of Osgood, Indiana passed away on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. The son of Vincent and Mary (Kirshbaum) Herbert was born on June 4, 1950 in Greensburg.Dale retired in 2014 from Batesville Casket Company where he had worked for the past 44 years.He was an avid sports fan of the Cincinnati Reds and UC Bearcats, but Dale was a big Bengals fan. He enjoyed a variety of hobbies like bowling, going fishing and doing some flea marketing. He always liked family get togethers and of course most of all, just being with his family.He is survived by his wife Vicki (Moulton) Herbert; daughter, Martina Herbert of Osgood, and step daughter, April Wooten (David Fields) of North Vernon; step son, Estel Smith (Carol) of Franklin; sisters, Lydia Smith of New Point, Virginia Bedel of Batesville, and Donalene Holman of Greensburg; and brothers, Vincent Herbert of North Vernon, David Herbert of Milan along with many grandchildren and nieces and newphews.In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife of 36 years, Francis Herbert.Visitation will be Sunday, April 14, 2019 from 11am-1pm followed by 1pm funeral services all at Meyers Funeral Home in Batesville. Mark Vice officiating. Burial will follow in the Rossburg Cemetery.Memorials may be given to the family c/o the funeral home.
For the 35th consecutive year, the pairings for the IHSAA Softball State Tournament were announced this evening and 373 teams placed into sectional brackets.Sectional action runs May 20‐25 with the 64 survivors moving into a one‐game regional round on Tuesday, May 28, and the four‐team semi‐states on Saturday, June 1. The four state championship games, scheduled for Saturday, June 8, will be played at Purdue University’s Bittinger Stadium in West Lafayette for the second year.Host schools will announce playing schedules in the days to come which will then be added to the online brackets atMaxPreps.com.042819.SoftballDrawArea Sectional Pairings.Class 1A-Sectional 60 @ Rising Sun.G1: South Decatur vs. Jac‐Cen‐Del.G2: Oldenburg Academy vs. Rising Sun.G3: G1 winner vs. G2 winner.G4: Hauser vs. North Decatur.Championship: G3 winner vs. G4 winner.Class 2A-Sectional 45 @ Switzerland County.G1: South Ripley vs. Switzerland County.G2: Southwestern (Hanover) vs. Austin.G3: Milan vs. G1 winner.Championship: G2 winner vs. G3 winner.Class 3A-Sectional 29 @ Madison Consolidated.G1: Greensburg vs. Madison Consolidated.G2: Batesville vs. Lawrenceburg.G3: G1 winner vs. G2 winner.G4: South Dearborn vs. Franklin County.Championship: G3 winner vs. G4 winner.Class 4A-Sectional 14. Bloomington South.G1: Shelbyville vs. Bloomington South.G2: East Central vs. Columbus North.G3: G1 winner vs. G2 winner.G4: Bloomington North vs. Columbus East.Championship: G3 winner vs. G4 winner.
Seymour, IN—Seymour Police confirm a 13-year-old girl has been found safe after being missing for three weeks. Anabel Davis was located Friday night.The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department and the FBI had been working closely together along with Anabel’s family when it was determined Anabel was using an electronic device. The investigation lead them to Champaign, IL where Anabel was located. The investigation is ongoing between the FBI’s Indianapolis, Bloomington and Springfield, IL offices, and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department. Interviews of suspects are pending. Search warrants on electronic devices and social media accounts are planned. At this time there is no evidence Anabel involuntarily left the state.
Former Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry has no doubt the Reds are still feeling the effects of the period when they were overseen by George Gillett and Tom Hicks, who he says “we all wish passionately had not owned the club”. Press Association Regarding the Hicks and Gillett era, Parry, who was Reds chief executive at the time of their takeover and departed the post in 2009, told BBC Radio Merseyside: “That period of destabilisation is when we fell out of the Champions League. “Once you’re in there, you’re achieving those regular revenue streams. It’s a mountain to climb when it falls away.” During the reign of Gillett and Hicks – whose relationship was described by the former in 2008 as having been “unworkable for some time” – the debt against Liverpool’s holding company, stemming from a Royal Bank of Scotland loan the pair had used to help them purchase the club, continued to grow. “The debt was never on the club because previous chairman David Moores and I blocked that,” Parry said. “It was in the holding company, but clearly they needed to get money from the club to pay the interest so that was going to be a burden. “Our clear understanding was that it was short-term debt while they reorganised their own finances. “It was in the offer document that there would be no debt on the club, or the club would not have to bear the costs, and certainly that changed.” He added: “That (2008-09) is maybe the best ever chance we’ve had to win the Premier League and that was a time where we should have been kicking on. “With a few more adjustments to the squad, who knows what might have happened in the next year or two. “You’d do a million things differently with hindsight, but that’s not an option. We all wish passionately that they hadn’t owned the club.” American businessmen Gillett and Hicks took over at Anfield in early 2007 and their tenure lasted until late 2010, when their compatriot John W Henry assumed control. The 2009-10 season was the last time Liverpool appeared in the Champions League and they have failed to finish higher than sixth in the Barclays Premier League since coming second in 2008-09.
Press Association Palace also pushed Manchester City all the way on Saturday and were unfortunate to lose 1-0 at the Etihad Stadium. Although Pulis is attaching no extra importance to the clash with fellow strugglers Norwich, he still feels his side will be the outsiders in most of their remaining fixtures. “They are all worth three points,” he said when asked if the Norwich game carried more significance in their fight against relegation. “The Man City game has gone now so the next big game is Norwich. Every game is a cup final for us in the Premier League. We played well at Chelsea and didn’t get anything, we played really well at Man City and picked no points up. “All that we did is brilliant for confidence and everything else and gives the players a lift to go out and compete with top-class players. “The bottom line is when it comes to Wednesday we are playing another team who have more experience than us in the Premier League and have had more years to bed down. We will be the underdogs again, we are the underdogs most weeks and we just have to accept that.” Following narrow defeats at Chelsea and Man City in recent weeks, a game against the Canaries will be seen by many Palace fans as a fixture where points are more attainable. But Pulis is wary of that fact and is still expecting a tough test against Chris Hughton’s side. “That (expectation) is something you have to deal with,” he said. “The players have to deal with that, there is no hiding the fact that we are playing at home and we need to win home games. We are hoping that we get some points. “Norwich are one of the teams in the bottom half of the table who will be looking to get points as quickly as they can, much like us. “I have a lot of respect for Chris and it is a smashing football club. I haven’t seen them that much but I will watch a few games now until we play them on Wednesday.” Pulis took over a Palace team who had just seven points from their opening 12 league games and lost at Norwich in his first game in charge. Since then, the Welshman has secured enough points to take the Eagles out of the bottom three on goal difference and Pulis admits he has been impressed with how the squad have adapted to his methods. “The players’ attitude to what we are trying to do as a group has been wonderful,” he added. “If you look at the running stats for the wide players it is getting to a point where it should be, and I ask the full-backs to get up and support. “The team move up and down the pitch collectively and to do that you need people who are prepared to work and, with the position we are in, everyone has to work and they have bought into it and I think they are enjoying it.” Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis believes his side will be underdogs when they host Norwich on New Year’s Day – but insists that feeling is nothing new for the Eagles. A win for Palace would see them move above Norwich, who currently sit 14th in the Barclays Premier League, as Pulis continues to pull the team away from the relegation zone. The former Stoke boss has overseen two wins out of three league games at Selhurst Park since replacing Ian Holloway in November.