Tyrone William Tirey, 77, of Dillsboro, Indiana, passed away September 7, 2017 in Dillsboro, Indiana.He was born January 26, 1940 in Cincinnati, OH, son of the late William and Elva “Mable” TireyHe worked as a Auto worker for General Motors.Surviving are daughter, Tawnya Lynn (Ray) Singler of Taylor Mill, KY; granddaughter, Amanda Singler; two Great-Grandchildren, McKenzi, and Braden.He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Rosie and his parents, William and Elva “Mabel” Tirey.Services will be held at the convenience of the family.Visit: www.rullmans.com
Indianapolis, In. — Indiana State Department of Agriculture Director Bruce Kettler issued the following statement on the recent trade agreement made between the United States, Mexico and Canada.“The conclusion of these trade negotiations with our partners in Canada and Mexico is a major win for farmers and agribusinesses in the state. It’s a step towards market certainty, which is critical to the farm economy and has the potential to provide a much needed lift to many of our agricultural sectors, especially the dairy industry.“Having just returned from my first trade mission to Canada, I recognize the importance of having free, fair and reciprocal trade. Mexico, Canada and the U.S. are at the epicenter of global exchange, and expanded market access and enhanced cooperation ensures this partnership will only grow stronger.“As we await approval, I look forward to reviewing the details of this agreement in depth and remain optimistic about the opportunities it affords our farmers and agribusinesses in the future.”
RelatedPosts Super Eagles soar on FIFA ranking COVID-19: FIFA count cost to football Blatter faces probe in Switzerland FIFA President, Gianni Infantino, has told Iran it is time to allow women into football stadiums and that the global soccer body expects “positive developments”, starting with their next home match in October. While foreign women have been allowed limited access to matches, Iranian women have been banned from stadiums when men’s teams have been playing, since just after the 1979 Islamic revolution. Infantino said in a FIFA statement he was hopeful that the Iranian football federation and government authorities had been receptive to “our repeated calls to address this unacceptable situation”. He added: “Our position is clear and firm. Women have to be allowed into football stadiums in Iran. “Now is the moment to change things and FIFA is expecting positive developments starting in the next Iran home match in October.” Iran, who have qualified for five World Cup finals, including each of the last two, host Cambodia on October 10 in their first home game of the 2022 qualifying competition. This month, a female fan died after setting herself on fire to protest against her arrest for attending a match. Sahar Khodayari, dubbed “Blue Girl” for the colours of her favourite team Esteghlal, died in hospital after her self-immolation outside a court where she feared being jailed for six months, having attended the match in disguise as a man.Khodayari’s death has caused widespread outrage in Iran and internationally, prompting calls on social media for Iran’s football federation to be suspended or banned by FIFA. Critics say FIFA’s own statutes hold discrimination on grounds of gender punishable by suspension or expulsion. There were signs the situation regarding female fans in Iran was changing when a group of women was permitted to attend the second leg of the Asian Champions League final in Tehran last November, a match where Infantino was present. Female fans, however, have been denied access to matches since. At Iran’s friendly against Syria in June, women were locked out of the Azadi Stadium and detained by security forces. Infantino said a FIFA delegation was now in Iran. “I am looking forward to hearing good news from them,” he said.Tags: FIFAgianni infantinoIran
Press Association Others like Wales pair Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor and Iceland playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson have invested a lot of emotion in the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign. “You would have to be superhuman for that not to affect you,” Monk said in the wake of Iceland having qualified for their first major tournament and Wales on the brink of doing so for the first time in 58 years. “But the players need to understand that in the club it is back to focusing on your job. That is what gets you to the other things. “The only reason why people talk about international football is because of how well people are playing for their club. “It’s understandable that friends, family, agents and the media are all talking about other things. But they are a distraction and we should be good enough to deal with all that and focus on Swansea City.” And Swansea manager Monk feels the effects of international football on his cosmopolitan squad has played its part in their struggles over the past month. “This year is different to any other what with the TV rights and the players trying to fight for international places and qualification,” Monk said. “I have to make sure that all the focus is on Swansea and what we are doing here. We need to make sure all of these things are left elsewhere and that we concentrate on Sunday. “There is already (media) talk about the international break coming up, the squad announcements, and who could qualify for what. “Those debates are happening while we are still playing games for Swansea and it’s understandable the players should be thinking about those things. “But the players have to be very clear, and I’ve spoken to them about this, that anything before those matches is all about Swansea City. “I feel the last international break had a little effect on our performances and consistency, and the players are now aware of that.” Swansea are far from being alone in having players on international duty but Andre Ayew and Ki Sung-yueng travelled more than most during the last break at the start of September. After making an excellent start to the campaign in which they took eight points from their first four Barclays Premier League games, including drawing at Chelsea and beating Manchester United at home, Swansea have not won since the last international break. They have picked up only one point from three league games, a goalless home draw with Everton sandwiched between defeats at Watford and Southampton, and also crashed out of the Capital One Cup to Sky Bet Championship club Hull. Garry Monk has told his players to forget about impending international duty as Swansea seek to get their season back on track against Tottenham on Sunday.
GUYANA’S top Badminton player, Narayan Ramdhani was selected by the Pan American Badminton Federation to attend a High Level Player Development Camp in Aguascalientes, Mexico from September 15 to 20.The camp will be conducted by a high level coach from Nederland twice daily.This is a great step for Narayan as he will be training with some of Pan Am top-ranked players like: Kevin Cordon of Guatemala and Osleni Guerrero of Cuba.After the camp, Narayan will then participate in the VII International Mexicano 2017 Championships which will be held at the Gimnasio Olimpico de Cd Deportiva Aguascalientes, Mexico between September 21 and 25.Narayan has started his second year in Vancouver, Canada training at Shuttlesport.
July 9, 2020 Associated Press Officials announced Thursday that the FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind will not have any spectators due to what they call “an abundance of caution.” Tournament officials have been talking extensively with both the PGA Tour and local and state health officials. Executive director Darrell Smith says they had a safety plan for limited spectators but ultimately felt it was best to host without any fans. Ticket purchases will be refunded automatically.The PGA Tour and the Memorial announced Monday a reversal of their plan for a limited amount of spectators next week in Dublin, Ohio, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that every PGA Tour event through at least July will be held without fans since play resumed June 11 in Texas.___The Atlantic Coast Conference is putting fall competitions on hold until at least Sept. 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic, a move that won’t affect football as of now. The Latest: Memphis golf scraps plans to have fans Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditWhatsappThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The plan to have fans at the World Golf Championships event in Memphis has been scrapped. The league announced the decision Thursday impacting non-revenue sports such as soccer, volleyball, field hockey and cross country. North Carolina State and Louisville meet on Sept. 2 in the first football game involving any league teams.Schools won’t be able to hold exhibitions or regular-season competition before that date, and it will be up to the schools to determine whether to reschedule any affected events. But the ACC isn’t barring teams from holding workouts and preseason practices “in anticipation of a fall season.”___Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane says forward Vinícius Júnior will need to have another coronavirus test after an initial test result came out “wrong.”Zidane says “the doctor informed me that the test had come out wrong and we were going to repeat it.” Zidane says the Brazilian’s test was not positive. He says “sometimes there are errors. It wasn’t negative or positive.”Spanish league players have undergone regular testing since the competition resumed last month.Some players and staff members at Valencia and Alavés tested positive in March. They have all recovered. No player has tested positive since the competition resumed in empty stadiums.Madrid leads the Spanish league with four games left.___ More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
The Thurles man has hit form at just the right time to get the nod.Top ten ranked Bertram Allen and former Olympic Bronze medalist Cian O’Connor were also in the running, and team manager Robert Splaine admitted it was a very difficult decision.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisOSSINEKE, Mich. — The principal at Sanborn Elementary School found herself dressed in character when her students met their goal for March is Reading Month.Youtube star Jessica Hatch made an appearance with one of her snow dogs, Memphis, on Thursday for its 6th birthday. Plus, several kittens purred their way through the crowd all because of one promise. If students completed 60,000 minutes of reading for March , principal Pauline Burnham would dress as a dalmatian and dance to the hit song “Who Let the Dogs Out?”Burnham says the school pushed themselves to meet that goal.“I also made house calls all through the month, just robocalls to make sure they were reading,” said Burnham. “The staff and the whole culture of our school is perseverance and that we can press through.”Burnham said there’s no excuse not to read daily. “If you’re going to a sports game, you can read in the back of the car with a flash light. So we took out all the excuses and that’s how we met our goal.”Sanborn had a lot to celebrate. For the first 6 years, students couldn’t meet their school–wide reading goal. The target was 60-thousand minutes. This year, the kids completed 70, 349 minutes of reading.Expect Sanborn to turn it up a notch for next year.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Man wanted for stolen merchandise at Alpena WalmartNext Training on the ice where every second counts
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The following are a list of criminal court complaints recently filed by the Sumner County Attorney’s office.These are formal charges introduced into the Sumner County District Court system. The suspects listed in the complaint have not been tried by a judge or jury. All citizens are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Joseph Vestring of Wichita was charged with possession of alcoholic liquor, a Class C misdemeanor; transporting an open container, an unclassified misdemeanor; and refusal of PBD, a traffic infraction.Vestring is accused on Dec. 28, 2013 of supplying beer to people under 21.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ John Sullivan, born in 1973, of Andover was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Sullivan is accused of on Jan. 1, 2014 of dropping a small packet of meth out of his billfold onto the floor which he discreetly covered with his foot and put into his coat pocket where it was found by law enforcement in a subsequent search.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Timothy Hartzell, born in 1981, of Emporia, was charged with identity theft, a level 8 felony; unlawful use of non-driver’s identification card, a Class A misdemeanor; interference with law enforcement, a Class A misdemeanor; and forgery, a level 8 felony.Hartzell is accused on Jan. 9, 2014, of issuing a false social security card belonging to another individual in hopes that he can write checks at the Kansas Star Casino. He then allegedly walked away and physically resisted being handcuffed when an agent said he was under arrest.Then, he allegedly signed the Miranda rights waver using the name of another person that was either real or fictitious.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Michael Ark, born in 1953, of Wichita was charged with theft, a Class A misdemeanor.Ark is accused on Jan. 2, 2014 at the Kansas Star Casino of using a cash voucher from a slot machine belonging to another person, cashing the money and not returning it to the rightful owner.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Shawnel Drouhard, born in 1967, of Caldwell was charged with driving under the influence, a Class A misdemeanor – her second offense; interference with a law enforcement officers, a Class A misdemeanor; driving left of center and driving at unsafe speed, traffic infractions.Drouhard allegedly on Jan. 10, 2014, was operating a motor vehicle with an alcohol concentration level of .08 or more. Drouhard also alleged resisted arrest after being stopped for traveling east on 60th St and turning right in which she made a wide turn almost going into the east ditch then overcorrecting and going into the west ditch.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Zachary Hunter Leis, born in 1994, of Wellington was charged with driving while suspended, a Class B misdemeanor; illegal parking, a traffic infraction; possession of marijuana, a Class A misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Leis is accused of at the intersection of Circle and Western Streets in Wellington operating a vehicle with license suspended and unlawfully parking in intersection. She is accused of having a baggy of marijuana, bong and marijuana pipe.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢ Cindy Doerge, born in 1959, of Wellington was charged with theft, a level 7 felony.Doerge is accused of unlawfully obtaining control of a bank deposit bag containing deposits of about $47,000 from Sumner Cowley Electric which included checks totaling about $46,000 and cash totaling $1,004. She allegedly took the deposit bag out of the drive through box at Security State Bank on Dec. 16 and left the bank premises with the bag and its contents.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Kent Eyman, born in 1978, of Wellington, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a level 5 drug felony and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.Eyman is accused on Jan. 18 of possessing meth located in a syringe located in a pouch inside a larger blue bag, and a smoking pipe located in his right front pocket.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Debra Elliott, born in 1965, of Wellington, was charged with aggravated assault, a level 7 felony.Elliot was charged with brandishing a baseball bat as if she was going to strike another person.â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢â€¢Alec Joseph Stanley, born on on Nov. 14, 1995 of Conway Springs was charged with minor in possession.
Like @POTUS @realDonaldTrump always says: Promises made. Promises kept. Pleasure to finally meet you Mr. President. Thank you for always putting America first! #maga #GreatAmericanWinningMachine 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/yYZWkdd5wS— Colby Covington (@ColbyCovMMA) August 2, 2018But then the wheels came off the tracks in Covington’s mind. He says the UFC wanted to book him vs. then-170 pound champion Tyron Woodley at UFC 228 in September 2018 to determine an undisputed champion. Covington couldn’t take the fight due to having to have nasal surgery, and subsequently, the organization removed him as the interim titleholder. Then White said Covington turned fights with Usman and Woodley, which Covington has denied.Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearLeading into his quest for the gold, which culminates at Saturday’s UFC 245 when he battles current titlist Kamaru Usman, the 31-year-old feels it’s been one lie after another from White that has him fed up to the point he’s lost respect for his boss and that he doesn’t want Covington to leave the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas as the welterweight champion.”Absolutely, he doesn’t want me to win the belt,” Covington told Sporting News. “And l love it. That’s what drives me to be great and to keep the UFC great. “He’s treated me like s— so I’m going to treat him like s—. He’s also the same guy that stripped me of America’s title, the people’s title, for no reason. I went to the UFC doctors to get nose surgery. They wanted me to turn around from a five-round fight with Rafael dos Nachos (Anjos) with six weeks notice. I still get an assurance from him that I would fight the winner of Tyron Woodley-Darren Till. And after that fight, I get passed up again. He lies to me again. And that was when Marty Fake Usman got to fight Woodley. He comes up to me at that fight and tells me that I’ll fight the winner. I promise you that. But then I have to go through Robbie Lawler. They (the UFC) come up to me and tell me that I have no choice, and I have to fight Robbie Lawler or I’ll never get a title shot again and lock you into a contract.”I’m so sick of getting treated like this. I get all these unfulfilled promises and disrespect. I’m not going to respect people who disrespect me.”The UFC 245 main event is as personal as it gets. The words exchanged between Covington and Usman have been harsh, including an incident when they almost came to blows in a buffet line the day after Usman beat Woodley to capture the title at UFC 235. “As a person, I don’t like how fake he is,” Covington said. “He’s always lying to the media. He’s trying to say he’s from Nigeria. He was born in Dallas and went to college in Nebraska. Also, he’s trying to say he’s more American than me. Who is more American than me? My family served in the military. What’s his family served besides being in federal prison?” Covington enters UFC 245 as the underdog. It’s a role he doesn’t mind because he feels in his heart there’s no way Usman can beat him. And when ring announcer Bruce Buffer announces him as the new UFC welterweight champion, it’s not White that Covington wants to put the belt around his waist. It’s political activist Candace Owens.”Chaos” proceeds to send White a message if he refuses Covington’s request.”Dana White is not allowed to put that title around my waist, and he knows that,” Covington emphatically said. “After UFC 244 and the fight for the Bernie Sanders participation trophy, they had The Rock put the title around the waist of the Street Judas, Jorge Masvidal. If they do that, then I want Candace Owens to wrap the belt around my waist as she will be front row in attendance. If she doesn’t wrap the belt around my waist, then I feel bad for Dana White.” Things appeared to be right in the world between Colby Covington and UFC president Dana White in August 2018. Covington was coming off a dominant performance over Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 225 to become the interim welterweight champion. He’s the type of guy White seems to like because he’s an excellent talker who can then back it up inside the Octagon.When you combine those factors, more than often not, it’s a license to print money. Covington looked to be well on his way to becoming one of the next big stars for the organization when he became the first UFC fighter to appear at the White House, meeting with President Donald Trump.